Franklin Cape Ann
Schooner Thomas E Lannon
This 65ft ship is the spitting image of the Gloucester fishing schooners. It leaves on two-hour sails from the Seven Seas wharf. A daily...
Seven Seas Whale Watch
Seven Seas vessels depart from Rogers St in the center of Gloucester, between St Peter's Sq and the Gloucester House Restaurant.
Cape Ann Historical Museum
This tiny museum is a gem – particularly for its paintings by Gloucester native Fitz Hugh Lane. Exhibits also showcase the region's...
Go around to the rear entrance to sample the eclectic menu and cold drinks at Dog Bar. From the simple (not-so-sloppy joes) to the...
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Franklin Cape Ann information
The North Shore branch of a South End favorite in Boston, this cool place has an urban atmosphere and an excellent, modern New American menu. More often than not, daily specials feature fresh seafood and seasonal vegetables, always accompanied by an appropriate wine. Regulars rave about the cocktails too.