|Address:||126 Washington St, Marblehead, MA 01945, USA|
|Opening hours (Edit)|
|Monday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Thursday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Friday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
|Saturday:||4:00 – 9:00 PM|
Sea Salt is located in Essex County of Massachusetts state. On the street of Washington Street and street number is 126. To communicate or ask something with the place, the Phone number is (781) 990-1199. You can get more information from their website.
The coordinates that you can use in navigation applications to get to find Sea Salt quickly are 42.50426 ,-70.850173
Had a wonderful dinner there last night. Wine list was good and extensive. Had the Tuna Poke which was very good. Home made potato chips with a blue cheese drizzle was delicious and we split the Bolognese with fresh Tagliatelle pasta and that too was very good.
So we ate a lot. We ordered the wings, mussels, Caesar and house salads. We also had the kids spaghetti and the risotto. Everything was lights out. They started us off with some bread. Then the wings and mussels. The wings were hold overs from jack tar and tasted perfect. Didn't even desire any ranch or blue cheese. The mussels were next level. So many folks get it wrong but you got it right. The bread was a perfect touch. We loved the salads as well. I'm a huge fan of the Caesar and I've had them all over. So many places give you the gross hard past of romaine but Sea Salt served up mostly the green parts. The house salad was just as good. The kids meals were fine, small portions of pasta which you'd expect. The kids menu was expansive which was cool.
The decor was pretty bland but that's cool with me. Went there for food not decorations. Did like the lights on the wall above each table.
First review here, intend to update after a couple more visits. Wanted to give 4 stars but it’s not ready yet...
tl:dr- up and coming, working out some kinks still, ask not to sit by kitchen if on a date, the beer list may not be accurate. Try the wings!
First, was excited to try this place, it’s about 6 weeks new. It’s hidden behind the Muffin Shop, not entirely clear but you can park in the unmarked spots next to Crosby’s Market. Also important, it is small and super busy so reservations are 110% advised.
There are 3 seating areas, 1) the area where you walk in is adjacent to the kitchen -has seating- is terribly un romantic, the lighting is off and to the left is a community table that is kinda cool but not designed terribly well. 2) The bar is fun and the further back you go the better. There is a narrow spot where they put a ledge for standing up but that is a terrible place to be because your constantly in everyone’s way - it’s too narrow. 3) the back dining room is cozy and is where anyone on a date night or romantic occasion would want to be ... I’d wait for it if I had too. Bad news: no reservations for under 6 people so if you can get a table it’s going to be hit or miss unless your willing to wait out the better seating.
The prize of Sea Salt is the number of beers on tap although on the night we came 5(!!!) of the 10 or so beers on the tap menu were out and the remaining selection was okay but not great... the bar tender was super friendly and apologetic said that that the owner was a beer nerd and liked things that were local/micro brews which is all cool but that means they need to update the list daily so one does not get excited about a beer and then have to make 2-3 other choices that are also not available. The wine variety is decent.
We looked around at the appetizers others had ordered and everything looked good including the wings and a meatball dish, but some things were slightly different than described on the menu, like the chips and dip—- the dip is poured over the chips-risky for a blue cheese dip. The Burrata was also smaller and just a little different that we expected. It’s almost like the person who conceived the wings dish (which is substantial) and the burrata were two different people.
In any case, other than being crowded and few things were out of place, with some working out of the kinks Sea Salt has a lot
of potential. Will return and update soon.