Sunday, February 18, 2018

Captain Fishbones in Quincy's Marina Bay to Become Victory Point

by Marc Hurwitz

A waterside seafood restaurant that changed ownership a bit more than a year ago is going to be reconcepted.

According to Kerry Byrne, who posted the news on the Quincy Is Everything Facebook group page today, Captain Fishbones in the Marina Bay section of Quincy is going to go through major renovations this spring, reopening at some point this year as Victory Point. Byrne says that the new dining spot will focus on lighter seasonal summer fare with the focus apparently remaining on seafood, and the place will have what Byrne calls a "breezy waterfront New England vibe."

Captain Fishbones was sold to a new team in late 2016 that includes Donato Frattaroli and Donato Frattaroli, Jr.; the Frattaroli family is involved with a number of restaurants in the Boston area, including such spots as Artu and il Molo in Boston's North End.

The address for Captain Fishbones (and the upcoming Victory Point) is 332 Victory Road, Quincy, MA, 02171.

[April 9 update: According to a source, Captain Fishbones is now closed, with a Facebook post confirming this; the post also mentions that owners Donato Frattaroli Sr. and Donato Frattaroli Jr.plan to open their "updated waterfront restaurant...just in time for the warmer weather."]

[April 24 update: A source tells us that Victory Point plans to open in the former Captain Fishbones space on Friday, April 27.]

[Earlier Article]
Captain Fishbones in Quincy's Marina Bay Is Being Sold

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