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BOSTON, MA – April 4, 2023 – Boston Seaport by WS Development and Cisco Brewers are thrilled to announce the return of the Cisco Brewers Seaport for its sixth season. Starting on Thursday, April 13, the pop-up will bring back those Nantucket island vibes to the Seaport. Alongside its renowned portfolio of innovative beer, this year’s Cisco experience will showcase a brand-new food menu from Cisco Kitchen Bar, as well as craft cocktails featuring spirits from Triple Eight Distillery and wines from Nantucket Vineyards. Cisco Brewers Seaport will be open six days a week with an extended, tented space so guests can enjoy the pop-up all season long. The space will also be available to rent for corporate outings and special events.
“With the 6th season, we are super excited about the new food offerings from Cisco Kitchen Bar, including a clam shack and sushi bar to complement all the products from Nantucket. We have also worked hard to route New England’s best musicians through the Seaport this summer to elevate our beer garden experience. We hope everyone has a fun time!” said Jay Harman, CEO of Cisco Brewers.
Cisco Brewers will offer a wide range of craft beers, including Grey Lady Wheat Ale, Wandering Haze Hazy IPA, Gripah Grapefruit IPA, Shark Tracker Light Lager, Whale’s Tale Pale Ale and the new Nantucket Rise and Pina. Additionally, Cisco will offer Nantucket Rose, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc wines from Nantucket Vineyards.
The updated and expanded food offerings from the Cisco Kitchen Bar will include a classic New England clam shack, a sushi bar, and a taco truck. Visitors can enjoy tuna or salmon poke bowls, special rolls such as the Shaggy Dog and Endless Summer, a variety of tacos and quesadillas as well as a full spectrum of New England clam shack favorites such as fried clam rolls, lobster rolls and burgers.
Cisco Brewers’ Seaport will feature daily live music from local artists. The opening weekend line-up includes Salty Sweet, The Lustre Kings, Alex Rohan, The Regular Gents and Bondra & Morris. A full music schedule will be released in the weeks to come.
Cisco Brewers’ Seaport is located at 85 Northern Avenue; guests can enter on Seaport Boulevard, with an accessible entrance on the corner of Pier 4 Boulevard and Seaport Boulevard. Beginning April 13 and extending through October 15, Cisco Brewers’ Seaport will be open six days a week: Tuesday through Thursday 4pm – 11pm, Friday 3pm – 11pm, Saturday and Sunday 12 – 11pm. Cisco will also be open on holidays including Marathon Monday, Memorial Day, The Fourth of July, Labor Day, and Indigenous Peoples Day from 4pm – 11pm. To stay updated on hours, events, and new offerings, follow Cisco Brewers @ciscobrewers and @ciscobrewersseaport or visit www.ciscobrewers.com and www.bostonseaport.xyz/venue/
About Cisco Brewers
Cisco Brewers was founded 30 miles off the coast of Massachusetts, on the island of Nantucket– making it harder to get to, but even harder to leave. A place where time slows and conversations flow. Where stories become legends, tourists become locals, and smiles are served by the pint. Since 1995, Cisco has bottled this “happiest place on earth” energy into every beer they’ve brewed, and you can experience it at their brewpubs across New England. Because at Cisco, good vibes are always in season. And the beer is pretty awesome, too. For more information about Cisco Brewers, visit http://www.ciscobrewers.com/.
About Boston Seaport
Culture, industry and community converge making Boston’s Seaport district a dynamic and vibrant area that has quickly emerged as one of the most exciting neighborhoods and destinations in the country. Seaport is currently Boston’s single largest development project. WS Development is transforming 33 acres of waterfront land with a carefully selected mix of residential, hotel, office, retail, entertainment, civic and cultural uses, and public open space across the district. Combining the best of historic and modern-day Boston, Seaport is the destination for fashion, culture, arts, dining and entertainment, and technology and life sciences, expanding Boston’s position as one of the top cities in the world for innovation, science, and quality of life. For more information visit www.bostonseaport.xyz, follow Boston Seaport on Facebook, and @SeaportBos on Instagram and Twitter.
About WS Development
Massachusetts-based WS Development is a mixed-use developer with a singular mission: creating places people want to be. With an approach that values art, science, innovation and, above all else, people, WS strives to engage each community it serves with best-in-class installations and activations. Established in 1990, WS is a vertically-integrated company that conceptualizes, owns, operates and leases more than 100 properties that range from cutting-edge urban spaces to lifestyle and community centers. With over 20 million square feet of existing space and an additional five million square feet under development, it is one of the largest privately-owned development firms in the country. For more information, visit www.wsdevelopment.com, call (617) 232-8900 or follow WS Development on LinkedIn.
Cisco Brewers Seaport – Photo Courtesy of Seaport by WS Development, Photographer Alex Pickering
Maureen Dahill is the editor of Caught in Southie and a lifelong resident of South Boston sometimes mistaken for a yuppie. Co-host of Caught Up, storyteller, lover of red wine and binge watching TV series. Mrs. Peter G. Follow her @MaureenCaught.
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