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Victoria's Station & Vic's Boathouse

Recommandé par 6 habitants · Prix estimé 2 sur 4 ·

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Juan
Juan
September 24, 2016
It looks at the water. Great service. Great fish and chips.
Alejandra
Alejandra
January 26, 2016
Great waterfront bar and restaurant
Jana
Jana
July 20, 2014
Good food, great salad bar. Outdoor seating on the wharf overlooking the harbor and the tall ship, The Friendship.
Chris
Chris
March 6, 2014
Excellent patio at both the restaurant and bar in the summer time. Right on the wharf. Sea breeze and cold beer, sign me up!
Amanda
Amanda
October 1, 2011
Sit outside if the weather's nice. Beautiful water views.

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86 Wharf Street
Salem, Massachusetts 01970
Téléphone+1 978-745-3400