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Old 04-29-2011, 06:48 AM
 
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The Boston Ale N Tale is a great neighborhood entertainment sports bar. The owner is from Fall River Massachusetts, diehard boston sports fan. Great service, prices, and people. They are located at 3441Colonial Blvd, at the Sunsports Plaza, Fort Myers, Florida, 239-274-tale
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Old 04-29-2011, 07:04 AM
 
Location: Cape Coral, FL
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The Boston Ale N Tale is a great neighborhood entertainment sports bar. The owner is from Fall River Massachusetts, diehard boston sports fan. Great service, prices, and people. They are located at 3441Colonial Blvd, at the Sunsports Plaza, Fort Myers, Florida, 239-274-tale

Classy name.
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Old 04-29-2011, 07:58 AM
 
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The Boston Ale N Tale is a great neighborhood entertainment sports bar. The owner is from Fall River Massachusetts, diehard boston sports fan. Great service, prices, and people. They are located at 3441Colonial Blvd, at the Sunsports Plaza, Fort Myers, Florida, 239-274-tale
Thanks for the warning. Go Yankees!
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Old 04-29-2011, 08:57 AM
 
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Great review Eric....as good as any professional.We own a restaurant with similar fare in NH so it struck a note with me.We get fresh haddock,sea scallops,lobster.halibut and clams right out of Portland harbour.
We do make a thick seafood chowder but our clam and fish chowder are made the old fashioned way......salt pork,onion,milk/cream,clam broth and both whole and chopped clams.We use pollack for our fish chowder because it holds together better than haddock or cod and has more flavor.We simmer it slowly in salt pork,butter,onion and clam broth before we add milk and cream.This is the same way our ancestors made it and people are so used to thick chowders with flour that they are taken aback....until they try it.
Also make that creamy cole slaw dressing that you like.......cabbage,carrots,mayo,vinegar....and don't forget the sugar!!
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Old 04-29-2011, 12:20 PM
 
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The Boston Ale N Tale is a great neighborhood entertainment sports bar. The owner is from Fall River Massachusetts, diehard boston sports fan. Great service, prices, and people. They are located at 3441Colonial Blvd, at the Sunsports Plaza, Fort Myers, Florida, 239-274-tale
I'll keep my distance. Lets go Yankees!
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Old 05-01-2011, 06:59 PM
 
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Actually, Eric is the real thing. He's a reporter from Worcester. I think he went to Holy Cross. I have to laugh at the cut for copyright since he owns the paper. It would be one of those very rare exceptions.

And you are the real thing as far as knowing how to cook New England food. If you could transfer that business to Cape Coral or Fort Myers you would make a mint. I guess you want to retire, though.

By the way, I make my chowder and coleslaw the same way. Flour in chowder? Not in the northeast!

I'm of New York/New England ancestry so I have dual credentials.



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Great review Eric....as good as any professional.We own a restaurant with similar fare in NH so it struck a note with me.We get fresh haddock,sea scallops,lobster.halibut and clams right out of Portland harbour.
We do make a thick seafood chowder but our clam and fish chowder are made the old fashioned way......salt pork,onion,milk/cream,clam broth and both whole and chopped clams.We use pollack for our fish chowder because it holds together better than haddock or cod and has more flavor.We simmer it slowly in salt pork,butter,onion and clam broth before we add milk and cream.This is the same way our ancestors made it and people are so used to thick chowders with flour that they are taken aback....until they try it.
Also make that creamy cole slaw dressing that you like.......cabbage,carrots,mayo,vinegar....and don't forget the sugar!!
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