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New England Seafood Company - Chefs Charles (C.B.) Ohl & Christopher Nicki

Tuesday, February 18 - 7:00-9:00pm

$24 per seat

Only 11 seats left

Location: 2121 N. Clybourn Ave.


Crab cakes with a home made sauce

Clam Chowder

Cured Salmon

Haddock with Ritz on top of seasonal vegetables


About New England Seafood Company:

New England Seafood Company, Inc. is a family owned and operated wholesale/retail seafood business and seafood restaurant with 40+ years of experience and direct access to the Boston waterfront.

Maybe it’s the salt water tank that holds our live lobsters, the clean ocean smell, the knowledgeable sales staff, display case filled with fresh fish, that keep people coming back for more, week after week.

New England Seafood Company, Inc. offers only the freshest quality seafood and highest quality service to their customers.  Once you experience the New England seafood tradition, you'll see why customers keep coming back for more. 


About the chefs:

Charles (C.B.) Ohl - Executive Chef
Born and raised in Buffalo, New York, moving his way out to Chicago for college.  Living back at home for the first summer of school, C.B. had his first taste of the kitchen as a dishwasher/prep cook at a fine dining restaurant as a summer job.  The seed was planted!

Since then, food running, serving helped to make his way through school.  A brief stint at a sales position after graduating helped to firm that a suit and tie was not going to become a daily occurrence.  C.B. was then lured back to the kitchen to help open New England Seafood Company with college friend and roommate Robert Mazza (owner).

Christopher Nicki, Sous Chef
What does living in Houston, Paris (that’s France, not Paris, Texas) London and Chicago do for you?  Well, if you are interested in food, it certainly broadens your palette.  The local and ethnic cuisines available in those cities: Asian, North African, Indian, French classical, Tex-Mex and more, have inspired Chris.  Chris learned to cook in the kitchen, not the classroom.  The hours spent there, often long hours, have been a pleasure.  He is always looking for the next taste thrill.

When CB Ohl, a longtime friend, asked Chris to help him open the kitchen at New England Seafood Company, Chris jumped at the opportunity.  And, by the way, if the menu becomes just a bit too adventurous for you, no worries, Chris is a trained paramedic.

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