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No Longer Only Dinner, Prime Fish Now Also Serves Lunch

Myles Chefetz is all about the bass lunch.

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Tired of hunting down dinner reservations to score a table at Prime Fish? Well, you may still have to hound for a spot, but soon you'll have more chances to land one. That counts, right? Myles Chefetz' newest addition to the Prime family —recently awarded a three star review from the Herald — officially begins lunch service next Tuesday, October 21.

Crafted by head chef Mike Sabin, the lunch menu is comprised of favorites from the dinner menu and includes starters and salad options like char grilled octopus, Maine lobster cobb salad and more. As for entrees, think casual. Prime Fish is cooking up items like Maine lobster roll with house made chips and grilled skirt steak with chimichurri and fries. And guests can also choose numerous items from the raw bar menu like Alaskan King crab legs or Maine lobster.

Once lunch does roll around, it'll be available daily from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.

Here's the menu:

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