The Banks Fish House Serves Locally Sourced Seafood Near One Greenway
Craving seafood? Try the newly opened The Banks Fish House on Stuart Street at the intersection of Trinity Place and Clarendon Street (the old location of Post 390). Newly renovated with an entirely new concept and design, if you ever went to Post 390, you’re going to prefer the new digs.
The menu is a homage to New England fishing tradition and sources their seafood and products from local purveyors, fishermen, and farmers to ensure an authentically delicious experience. To start, order one of the East Coast oysters of the day served with citron mignonette and cocktail sauce or the halibut ceviche made with coconut milk, jalapeno, cucumber, and red onion. They also make a mean RI-style calamari with pickled peppers and blue claw crab ragu. Maybe go for both? They have all sorts of maritime favorites for entrees, from cuttlefish spaghetti to fish and chips to grilled bluefin tuna to swordfish. Ask what the fresh catch is! They also have options like margherita flatbread or prime short rib burgers for the land lovers in the group.