https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sunset-lobster-clam-bakes-on-spectacle-island-tickets-345152449267 Long Wharf North
Boston, MA 02110
Drinks, Food, Good for Groups, Meetup, Nightlife, Outside, Photoworthy, Seasonal, Social Good
Hop on a Boston Harbor City Cruises ferry downtown, and in less than 30 minutes you will have a front-row seat for one of Boston’s best sunset views.
Enjoy Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen's take on a classic New England clambake, sip a drink, walk on the beach, enjoy lawn games, and let the ocean breeze and sunset transport you.
Your ticket includes:
Know before you go:
Arrive at Long Wharf North (Gate A2) no later than 5:15pm to board the ferry and depart for Spectacle Island promptly at 5:45pm. The ferry will leave on time and WILL NOT wait for late guests.
Return ferry departs Spectacle for Boston at 8:15, with an approximate return to Boston at 8:45pm.
It is highly recommended to arrive on foot, bike, or public transportation, as parking in the area is limited and can be pricey. Some nearby parking options include:
About Brato: Brato Brewhouse + Kitchen is an award-winning, Boston-based brewpub founded in 2019 by Alex and Jonathan, just a couple of guys who really love great food and beer.
The word “Brato” comes from the early word “b’rewh” meaning “to boil or brew” and the Germanic root for bratwurst. Inspired by old German folklore, the dual dragons represent the collaboration of beer and food with a hop at the heart. Not only do our dragons protect our home, but they also light the fires to brew our beer and warm our food. Their strength and resiliency is core to our mission.
Brato intends to become a cornerstone of the community, sourcing raw materials for their kitchen from local sustainable sources. Partnerships with local farms and fisheries will give Brato access to the fresh meats, dairy, produce, and seafood that make up the thoughtfully designed menu of creative hand-crafted dishes. Although hops and yeast may come from various regions around the world, Brato’s fresh craft brews will frequently highlight local maltsters as they apply to specific beer recipes.