“Our team selectively sources and prepares food to please the full range of he senses, stimulating, and striving to create a memorable seafood dining experience for our guests … every visit, every time.”
Growing up in the rich, culinary landscape of Manhattan, Yale experienced an expansive range of cuisines representing the county’s regional fare and abroad, pairing these interests with the history and cultural influences that define food everywhere.
While not a classically schooled chef and with a B.A. in Social Anthropology in tow, Yale continued to venture into the culinary world subsequently benefiting from two mentoring relationships, working closely with acclaimed Chefs Jasper White and Rich Vellante… informing his passion for and knowledge of the sea’s bounty, honing his approach to classic New England seafood that continues today.
As a New England Chef, Yale feels a responsibility to steward sustainably, and to creatively use underutilized local catch whenever possible…continuing to heighten his understanding, knowledge and talent for sourcing and preparing great quality seafood.
Charity of Choice:
The Gloucester Fishermen’s Wives Association (GFWA) is a non-profit organization promoting the New England fishing industry, helping to preserve the Atlantic Ocean as a food supply for the world, and assisting active and retired fishermen and their families to live better lives.
Since 1969, the GFWA has been a strong voice expressing the concerns of the fishing industry at local, state, federal, and international meetings and hearings. The goal of the organization is to help promote a healthy environment and a just economy that allows local and family-owned businesses to survive in a changing world. It defends the rights of fishing people and develops programs that are economic, educational, cultural, and social in scope.
It is the first organization of its kind. The GFWA continually promotes Gloucester, the oldest fishing port in the nation, for its beauty and the culture of the people on its working waterfront.
The GFWA will continue to be a strong advocate for regulations which ensure a healthy ocean and healthy fishing communities in Gloucester and around the world.
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