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Heavy Seas Ale House is a new upscale pub with a neighborhood vibe, located in the Tack Factory building near Harbor East.  The comfortable space (formerly Diablita Cantina) has a rustic feel, with lots of natural woods and industrial accents. For brew lovers, there is an array of specialty beer and cask ales, eight Heavy Seas beers on tap and growlers available. The space is comprised of a 40-foot-long bar, casual dining area, a private dining room, raw bar and an outdoor beer garden. The owners (Hugh Sisson, of Heavy Seas Beer, and his stepson, Patrick Dahlgren, of The Rowhouse Grille) have brought in chef Matt Seeber to oversee the kitchen and develop the menu. Entrées include Atlantic salmon, flounder stuffed with crabmeat, 24-hour beef short ribs and mussels with fries. (We’re partial to the cornbread and the celery root purée, as well.) For dessert, don’t miss out on the hearty ginger stout cake or the Pimlico pie (pecan, chocolate and brown sugar pie served with black cardamom gelato). And rum fans, take note: there are nine high-end specialty rums to choose from. Open daily for lunch and dinner. 1300 Bank St., 410-522-0850, http://www.heavyseasalehouse.com

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