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Published on October 30, 2023
New Nautical Nosh Spot, The Sea Hag Sets Sail in Harvard Square, CambridgeSource: Instagram/seahag02138

Recently, a new dining spot known as The Sea Hag has opened its doors in Harvard Square, Cambridge, according to Boston Restaurant Talk. Occupying the former Boathouse location on Mount Auburn Street, the restaurant offers an English pub-style setting, interwoven with elements of sea creature mythology.

Owned by the same people behind local favorite Grendel's Den, The Sea Hag echoes its sibling's classic charm. As reflected by owner Kari Kuelzer to local bloggers, the design of the restaurant encapsulates the warmth and hospitality of an English pub, encouraging a comfortable atmosphere for sharing meals and conversations.

According to its official website, The Sea Hag proudly serves a range of "casual gourmet" American fusion dishes. These are said to be influenced by the various cultural backgrounds of its owners and staff. Through tantalizingly intricate flavors, every dish embodies the restaurant’s emphasis on the fusion of cultures and traditions.

Dishes available at The Sea Hag are diverse and include Jamaican beef patties, fried pickles, smash burgers, chicken sandwiches, fish and chips, seared scallops, shrimp cocktail, and scones. The restaurant also offers a selection of beers and wines which aim to bring out the unique palate of each meal.

Before the inception of The Sea Hag, the former Boathouse venue had stood vacant, drawing anticipative speculation from local residents. Nowadays, both visitors and locals in Harvard Square have the opportunity to savor the unique culinary offerings of the restaurant.

Come and savor a meal at The Sea Hag located on 49 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge, MA 02138. For an insight into their delectable offerings and more, check out their website at