March 4, 2024

Meals Information

The Again Bay seafood restaurant will shut for a number of weeks, then reopen a part of the eatery for friends and two prix fixe dinners.

The lobster roll at Saltie Lady, owned by Kathy Siddell. Picture courtesy of Saltie Lady

Saltie Lady is getting a facelift and, in doing so, will shut its doorways briefly, each totally and partially, for a month.

Beginning Sunday, Jan. 14, the New England seafood favourite alongside Newbury Road shall be closed to diners till Monday, Jan. 29. A press launch from the restaurant, a part of Kathy Sidell’s MET Restaurant Group, mentioned diners shall be invited to pattern lobster rolls and seafood towers on a primary come, first serve foundation on the finish of the month in Saltie Lady’s authentic digs — that means, the area the restaurant has had because it opened eight years in the past will reopen Jan. 29.

Saltie Lady’s tinned trout. John Tlumacki/Boston Globe workers

The a part of the restaurant that Saltie Lady took over from one other MET Restaurant Group property, the previous Met Again Bay at 279 Dartmouth St., will proceed to bear renovations till Feb. 12, when the restaurant expects the revamp to wrap. 

In case you’re planning on eating at Saltie Lady, right here are some things to remember: The eatery the place it’s sometimes finest to make a reservation shall be restricted to twenty-eight seats — 12 of these on the bar — and take walk-ins solely beginning Jan. 29 when it partially reopens. 

However there shall be two dinner occasions that you just’ll want a reservation to get pleasure from throughout their revamp interval. Chef Kyle McClelland will host a prix fixe dinner on Feb. 1 and Feb. 14 with 6 and eight p.m. seatings. 

The menu for Feb. 1 was made accessible and contains an oyster royale amuse bouche, two seafood choices for the primary, second, and third course, and dessert. The fee is $120 an individual.

As for renovation particulars, the crew is specializing in Saltie Lady’s complete inside. The restaurant is getting an replace with new tile flooring, warm-color materials, and a “captain’s room,” which the crew mentioned can have the aesthetic of a yacht. 

“From the entryway, to every room, upstairs and down, the townhouse can have a completely new really feel a lot alongside the strains of how we envision Saltie Lady grown up,” the crew mentioned in an e mail.