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The MET Restaurant Group Announces the 12th Annual Soft Shell Crab Festival

05-03-2017 10:25 AM CET | Leisure, Entertainment, Miscellaneous

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The MET Restaurant Group Announces the 12th Annual Soft Shell

From May 1st through May 31st, 2017, MET Restaurant Group will host its 12th Annual Soft Shell Crab Festival, serving the delicious crustacean four different ways at MET Back Bay.

Hailing from Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay, soft shell crabs have tantalized the taste buds of seafood lovers across the globe. The MET has explored a variety of flavors and techniques that reveal the best of this seasonal seafood, and each night guests can choose from three different styles including Meunière, Fried and Sautéed Soft Shell Crab ($28 each). For an afternoon delight, MET is offering a Soft Shell Crab Po’ Boy for $15.

MET Back Bay’s Soft Shell Crab Festival will kick-off on May 1st and will run through May 31st. For more information on MET Back Bay, please visit www.metbackbay.com, or call 617.267.0451.

WHERE: MET Back Bay | 279 Dartmouth Street | Boston, MA 02116

WHEN: The Soft Shell Crab Festival will take place from May 1st – May 31st, 2017.


MENU:

Soft Shell Crab Po’ Boy ($15)
Meunière ($28)
Fried Soft Shell Crab ($28)
Sautéed Soft Shell Crab ($28)

About MET Group
MET Group, founded by Kathy Sidell in 2004, is comprised of MET Bar & Grill in Dedham and Natick, MET Back Bay, Met on Main on Nantucket, and Saltie Girl in Boston’s Back Bay.

The MET Bar & Grills, featuring the famous MET Burger Bar, has locations at the Natick Mall and Legacy Place in Dedham.

These fun restaurants serve American fare with a touch of sophistication. For more information, visit www.metbarandgrill.com.

MET Back Bay occupies an historic brick townhouse on the corner of Newbury and Dartmouth Street and offers the best of Boston cooking, with a complete and varied dining experience. If you’re in the mood for a quick, casual bite at the bar or a long, festive and elegant dinner for family and friends or an intimate midnight snack in a romantic corner, you’ll find the perfect spot at MET Back Bay. For more information, visit www.metbackbay.com.

Met on Main is an Island Café located in the heart of Nantucket serving up American fare with an Island flare. For more information, visit www.metonmain.com

Sidell’s latest endeavor, Saltie Girl, is an intimate seafood bar nestled next to MET Back Bay. Saltie Girl focuses on globally sustainable iterations of fresh fish & seafood be it fried, sautéed, raw, house-potted, smoked or tinned. For more information visit: www.saltiegirl.com.

Kathy Sidell debuted her first book, “WHEN I MET FOOD, Living the American Restaurant Dream,” in 2012 and has been featured on the Food Network, The CBS Morning Show and numerous other broadcast segments. . In 2016 Kathy’s “The Jacques Burger,” which paid homage to her late father, won Red Robin's “Best of the Bash” Award at the 2016 Amstel Light Burger Bash® in Miami Beach as part of the Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by FOOD & WINE. For more information on Kathy Sidell visit www.kathysidell.com.

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