Captain Marden's Seafoods and The Pillar House
Partners Since 1952

Because Pillar House stands inside the highway interchange at Routes 128 and 16, it's been referred to as "a gleaming white ship sailing amid a sea of clover leafs." It just so happens that there is a long tradition of the sea at Pillar House. When George Larsen first opened the door of this restored 1828 estate on August 19, 1952, fresh haddock was included on the menu. The source for this fine seafood was Captain Marden's Seafoods of West Newton Square. Captain Roy Wilfred Marden, a Nova Scotia born Master Mariner, had much in common with George Larsen. They both owned family-run businesses that focused on providing quality service and products to their customers.

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Due to popular demand, we are launching a wonderful new selection of Pillar House items in our boutique: T-shirts, polo shirts, wind shirts, hats, and totoe bags, all with the new Pillar House logo. Newsletter subscribers receive a 25% discount on all items through September 30, 1999.

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Favotie Pillar House Memories

In the last few months, an amazing number of people have told me why The Pillar House is their favorite restaurant. The Pillar House story is one that is told through the memories and experiences of our guests. Here are just a few..

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Mother's Day

It has been 26 years since The Pillar House has been open for Mother's Day. We have had so many requests from our loyal guests that we have decided to honor them and open for this special day.

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Chateau Souverain Wine

While traveling the beautiful landscape of Sonoma during my last visit to the wine country, I passed by an intriguing winery.

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Menu Makeover

One of the most frequently asked questions by our guests dining at the ever-popular Chef's Table is how do we decide what to put on the menus..

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Mussels with Curry in White Wine Sauce

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