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Is Passports in Gloucester a Decent Restaurant?

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We were driving through the center of Gloucester last night and saw a few interesting restaurants, including the Duckworth Bistrot, Halibut Point, and Passports. I've heard of the first two places, but don't know anything about Passports? Has anyone tried the place? Is it worth going to, or should I try Duckworth or Halibut Point instead? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 8/26/07 by hiddenboston)


Eric Mears wrote:
Passports is one of our favorite Gloucester Restaurants - more affordable than Duckworth's and more interesting than Halibut Point.
We are local - Rockport.
(Posted on 10/19/07)

IM wrote:
We have been to Passports as well; very nice spot, great popovers to start off the meal. Nice seafood and other "American" choices, good wine list. Definitely worth a visit.
(Posted on 1/19/08)

JM wrote:
Even though it may be pricey you can't, I repeat, can't beat Duckworth's Bistrot.
(Posted on 4/25/08)

LMG wrote:
We ate at Passports on an early Friday evening in August for the first time. We loved it. The food was delicious, hot, and served beautifully (each entree served with an upright fresh sprig of fragrant thyme). The popovers were the best we had ever eaten (and I make them myself). The $.95 dessert tarts were charming. If we lived closer, we would eat there often.
(Posted on 9/6/08)


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