Brown Sugar by the Sea (Thai Restaurant): Reviews

From Boston Globe, July 2012. “…A sister restaurant to the popular Brown Sugar Café in Boston, Brown Sugar by the Sea took over a striking, glass-walled space in the Tannery Marketplace previously occupied by another Thai restaurant. Renovations while the doors were closed include new colors, new furniture, and the installation of an eight-seat bar. The resulting look is sharp enough for an affordable date night, but still casual enough for a quick bite…”
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Thai to a Tee
Newburyport’s Brown Sugar by the Sea, July 24, 2012 by Northshore Magazine

Brown Sugar by the Sea brings bold, authentic Thai traditions to life. By Anna and David Kasabian … When plates arrive at our table, we quickly realize that aside from the shabby-chic ambiance, what people really come here for is the gloriously fresh-tasting, expertly prepared food, including Thai-inspired originals, Asian-American adaptations, and a plentiful selection of authentic Thai staples…
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Thai – BONS 2013

July 22, 2013 by Northshore Editors’ Choice: Brown Sugar by the Sea, Newburyport With its waterfront location and tech-savvy staff who input orders using iPhones, Brown Sugar by the Sea in Newburyport has been a hit since opening last year. Brown Sugar offers traditional Thai dishes—Massaman Curry and Pad Thai are among our go-to entrees—as well as a few less-familiar yet yummy options, like the Crispy Watercress appetizer. With a well-planned website offering online ordering, Brown Sugar by the Sea makes takeout easy, meaning you don’t have to wait for date night to enjoy its fabulous flavors. 75 Water St., Newburyport, 978-499-8424
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Thai – BONS 2014
READERS’ CHOICE
Brown Sugar by the Sea

“Love this place—it’s our ‘must stop’ spot whenever we swing down to Newburyport, even if only for a quick drink and appetizer. Fresh local ingredients, a menu that manages to be both traditional and creative, and an elegantly casual environment. The blue glass-flecked bar, warm colors, and street-side sunny windows are as welcoming in February as they are in July.”
–Laurie 75 Water St. #501, Newburyport, 978-499-8424, brownsugarbythesea.com
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