Skipjack's Coronavirus Update

Your safety is our #1 concern.

6/9/2020 Announcements

Update: June 29, 2020

We are now open every day from 12:00PM - 9:00PM, meaning you can have lunch AND dinner at Skipjack's! If you can't join us at Patriot Place, we are also offering DoorDash delivery

Make sure to include Skipjack's in your Independence Day plans, too: we're open all weekend.

  • Friday, July 3: 12:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Saturday, July 4: 3:00PM - 9:00PM
  • Sunday, July 5: 3:00PM - 9:00PM

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Update: June 22, 2020

Skipjack's is now open for indoor dining along with patio dining and takeout. Your safety remains our highest priority as we serve you amazing fresh & fried seafood and other delicious dishes. Our safety measures include (but are not limited to): disposable menus for each customer, rigorous restaurant hygiene both in and out of the kitchen, disinfecting tables and chairs before and after each customer, space between tables, and more.

Update: June 9, 2020

Skipjack's will be reopening! Starting Tuesday, June 16, join us on our patio for delicious food in the heart of Patriot Place. To follow local, state, and federal guidelines that help keep our customers and staff safe, we will be sticking to what we do best: serving incredible food with amazing service. We look forward to returning to our full menu and additional events, but until then, please see our temporary Reopening Menu here.

We have always treated restaurant hygiene as an extremely important facet of daily operations and we would like to assure all of our guests that our entire team is being vigilant and takes this very seriously.

Your safety is our first priority.

If you cannot dine at Skipjack's, we also offer our great menu for takeout.

We are taking extra precautions. 

Our team is trained in food protection and ServSafe policies as a corporate member of the Massachusetts Restaurant Association. A Washington Post article from March 10, 2020 stated:

While you can’t come into contact with the virus through food, the hard surfaces you encounter in a restaurant, [...] are another story. Larry Lynch, senior vice president of certification and operations at the National Restaurant Association, says [...] diners should take comfort in the fact that restaurants have been meeting food safety and sanitation standards for decades, so they already have protocols in place.

We are practicing vigilance and additional health and safety practices to ensure the safety of our diners. Just as we work to support you, our community, we encourage you to come support us and other small business owners during this time. Give us a visit - we will take care of you!

Please reach out to our team with any concerns or questions.