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By Scott Roberto / August 29, 12:00 AM
A Shore Thing


Photo: Ken Rivard Photography

Jody Adams may have shuttered Harvard Square’s beloved Rialto in June, but fans of her Mediterranean-inspired fare can now enjoy Porto (780 Boylston St., entrance on Ring Road, 617-536-1234, porto-boston.com) in the Back Bay. Focused more on seafood than Adams’ previous ventures, Porto (both Italian and Portuguese for “port”) features such tempting dishes as squid ink bucatini, lobster raviolo (pictured), whole fried scup and the recently added lobster roll served with anchovy butter, preserved lemon aioli, crispy capers and shallots, as well as raw items including scallop, tuna, fluke and oysters. The seasonal nature of the menu guarantees an ever-changing variety of ingredients to help keep things fresh—and Porto worthy of many happy returns.

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