We are here to have fun, and we love what we do.
Our seafood roots run deep, which means we love local oysters and beer, source our lobsters from Jeremy’s cousin Mark (in York, Maine), and will run all over New England to find the freshest fish around.
We love sharing our knowledge and helping you learn more about where our delicious food comes from… and maybe it will even convince you to try something new!
Our goal is for Row 34 to be lively, welcoming and always makes you feel like you’re a part of something special.
Growing up just a few short miles from Duxbury Bay, where he spent most of his time as a kid, life came full circle after college when Shore began his career with Island Creek Oysters. Eventually becoming President of Island Creek Oysters, Shore helped build the company into the beloved brand it is today. Known throughout the country to have some of the world’s finest oysters—served in the country’s best restaurant and being shucked over the kitchen sink at homes nationwide.[read more]
Growing up on the coast of Maine, seafood and fishing is in Jeremy’s blood. Widely considered one of the country’s best seafood Chefs, Jeremy started his culinary training at the Culinary Institute of America in New York. He began his professional career in Maine at the AAA Five Diamond White Barn Inn and moved on to work for French restaurateur Albert Roux in London and Amsterdam. After working at the famed Boston institution, L’Espalier, Jeremy relocated to California where he spent five years at the Lark Creek Inn in Larkspur, California, where he was one of five chefs in the country nominated as a Rising Star Chef by the James Beard Foundation. Upon returning to Boston Jeremy and his wife Lisa followed their dream of opening their own neighborhood restaurant, Lineage in Brookline, MA.[read more]