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Starboard Galley

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Starboard Galley is a Newburyport Tradition for Seafood

The Starboard Galley in Newburyport, Massachusetts is a waterfront restaurant that offers a casual dining experience with both indoor and outdoor seating. A true ‘Way of Life’ in Newburyport this family run business was started by Geno and Donna Greco in 1978 and has become a Newburyport tradition with the help of their two sons Gary and David Greco.

Starboard Galley is known for its family-friendly environment and fresh seafood dishes including lobster, clams, haddock and salmon. If you’re your in the mood for fried seafood you’ll find all of the traditional options such as fried clams, fried fish and chips and so much more. The menu offers something for everyone including particular kids and folks who prefer chicken or steak dishes.

The Starboard Galley also has a full-service bar and a private function room. They also do a wonderful job of catering many large local off-premise events for special occasions.

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Starboard Galley

55 Water Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
(978) 462-1326

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