Row 34 Burlington brings the stylish city vibe of Fort Point — and all the fish and shellfish you can eat — to the North Shore. Housed in the space that was once Island Creek Oyster Bar at The District, the third installment of chef Jeremy Sewall and partner Shore Gregory’s oyster empire is casual enough for a weeknight and upscale enough for a special occasion.
The menu features many of the tried and true favorites from Row’s other outposts, including classic New England dishes, East Coast catches, and an array of crudos, ceviches and lots of oysters. The drinks list features a thoughtful list of high-acid whites and reds to pair up with salty, briny oysters, plus a collection of craft and classic cocktails. But it’s beer that Row 34 does so well, and you’ll find much of the same attention to the draught and bottle list that had earned accolades in Boston and Portsmouth, including rare and limited releases.
The dining room is sleek and upscale, with clean lines and brushed metal fixtures, pendant lighting, high ceilings and an open kitchen. There is ample table seating both inside and on a spacious patio, plus ten or so seats at the raw bar.
300 District Avenue
Burlington, MA 01803