When my uncle lived in the Russian Far East, he used to bring caviar and assorted seafood as a present for my family (you see, that region is famous for seafood).
Those days are long gone, but at Boston Seafood and Bar, I feel like I’m visiting my uncle at his place. First, some of the dishes are super simple: one of the most popular offerings is a huge tray of smoked shrimp on ice. Yet literally everything I tried was ridiculously good. Second, some of their seafood, such as Opilio crab, is brought in from the Far East. Third, the staff is really friendly and makes me instantly feel at home. They bring an apron and a huge roll of paper towels so that one can fully enjoy the food orgy without fearing to stain the shirt.
While I’d have hard time picking one favorite dish, I can suggest a perfect food pairing for salmon: draniki, potato pancakes, deep fried to become deliciously crunchy. Oh, gluttony, my favorite sin.
Also, I strongly recommend that you book a table at least a day in advance.