We stopped at the Azorean late one afternoon specifically so that I could try one of their winter cocktails. I highly recommend the Winter White! Can’t really beat Portuguese soup and pizza. And, of course the bread……which disappeared too fast for a picture.
http://www.azoreanrestaurant.com 133 Washington St. Gloucester MA 978-283-5500
Very exciting to have Cape Ann’s own Anita Diamant speak at the Azorean Restaurant. Most of us have read her books.
Y’all know all the cool people will be taking the Plunge New Year’s Day at Rocky Neck. Here’s our list of people who have pledged to plunge- Optional to meet at Passports at 10AM beforehand and Plunge At Oaks Cove Beach New Years Day at Noon! I can tell you it is incredibly invigorating and … Continue reading The Pledge To Plunge Updated List, A Food Drive and A Chance To Win A $100 Gift Card To The Azorean
The Fabulous and effervescent Terry Weber has donated a $100 Gift Card to the Arzorean Restaurant for use in a Good Morning Gloucester Game. Always looking for win/win situations I’ve come up with a contest in which our 4000th good Morning Gloucester subscriber will be the owner of said card. It’s easy to subscribe and … Continue reading A $100 Gift Card To The Azorean Restaurant For The 4000th Subscriber
Azorean Lapas “Limpet Clams – Aquatic snails” Broiled and eaten with butter, a little hot sauce right out of the shell. Feliz Natal.
Gloucester has a strong tie to the Azores, I hope you enjoy. A video of the Festival of Lajes do Pico where I was born… parade of old traditions. Festas das Lajes do Pico
Steve and Jerry Burke carry on the tradition of making Azorean Linguiça in their family’s 1898 Linguiça Smoke house. The recipe they use is from their great grandmother who came to this country from Lajes do Pico Azores. The Azorean Linguiça smoke house may be the oldest operating in the country. Watch Video below: … Continue reading Azorean Tradition – Linguiça Making in Gloucester since 1898
The current church was built in 1914, after the original church burned down. The church was modeled after the Santa Maria Madelena church in Madelena, Pico, Azores, shown above in a mid 1900 circa post card.
Erik at Passports Is Offering Up an $8.99 Breakfast Buffet Pre Plunge! We plan to meet there at 10AM, come eat with us! If you enter your name here on GMG beforehand, get listed as a pledge to plunge and do it, we will enter your name into a hat and pick one of the … Continue reading Updated List: Rocky Neck Plunge- The Pledge List, The Chance To Win $100 Azorean Gift Card, The Food Drive and the $8.99 All You Can Eat Passports Pre-Plunge Breakfast
The Azorean Restaurant is delicious with authentic Portuguese and Azorean dishes! I especially love the tapas tower with 6 dishes for $30. Pictured is the garlicky shrimp, salted cod cakes, red pepper boiled potatoes, fish-stuffed mushrooms, calamari, and Molho Vilao haddock.
By reservation only. call Trio 978-559-7638 or The Azorean 978-283-5500
Hillbilly Elegy A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis by J.D. Vance will be the topic of discussion tonight Tuesday Jan 23 at Books and Brews to be held at the Azorean 6-8 PM. Maybe you’ve already read this and would like to join the discussion! It’s a very thought provoking book. I … Continue reading Two Book Discussions to be held tonight
I’m driving back from New York, having that classic discussion. “Where do you want to eat?” “I don’t know, what do you feel like?” “I don’t care. Whatever you want.” We’ve all been there. And you might have even been by yourself like I was. The miles rolled by as I considered all my choices … Continue reading Bom Apetite!
Author Anita Diamant appeared at the Azorean Tuesday evening to discuss Cape Ann’s role in at least three of her books: Last Days of Dogtown, The Boston Girl and Good Harbor. The event was hosted by the Gloucester Writers Center and was sold out. More than 40 interested participants were treated to tapas from the … Continue reading Anita Diamant Event for Gloucester Writers Center
Couple enjoy a walk on the Lucy Brown Davis Pathway, on a very cloudy day. They had plans to visit the Azorean, his ancestors were from San Miguel Azores.