Classic family/casual chowder place. Try the slumgullion, a kind of clam chowder with everything thrown in.
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If you're looking for fresh tasty seafood then stop here! Not fancy in any way shape or form--if that's what you want then keep driving. Tiny and cramped with fabulous food at a reasonable price. Our family ordered fish and chips, deep fried oysters, an...More
Good basic seafood fare. Not a fancy place but good food at reasonable prices. Go early or expect a wait as they don't seat that many inside. They have a picnic table sitting area outside if you are okay with that. We've eaten here a...More
This is small place. When we arrived only one small table was available inside. Our party of 3 elected to eat outside under a canopy. It was a beautiful day and a great choice. Our seafood choices (fried oysters, fried scallops and fish tacos) were...More
the restaurant itself isn't fancy but is quirky with a good atmosphere. We ate here twice. the first time we had the ling cod and the second time the salmon. both meals were excellent and the chips were chunky and freshly cooked. The coleslaw accompaniment...More
read the reviews and expected something excellent. I ordered the cod and chips and my friend ordered the halibut and chips. We both agreed the fish tasted good, but instead of one or two large pieces, it comes in 5 or 6 tiny little nuggets...More
We stopped for lunch on a Wednesday mid August. We sat outside in the tent area and, though not quaint or well decorated, no garden area or plants, it was comfortable and pleasant enough. Service was quick. Food came out fast and hot. New England...More
The owner has his own boat and catches much of the fish served there. The chowder is awesome. Reasonably priced. Always busy but they are quick to take your order and serve it also.
On a cool windy evening, the inside was jam packed. We were offered a table outside in a large tent with heat. What a fun place! Unusual beer offerings, but wonderful. The guys who were waiting tables, especially Kevin, were conscientious and efficient. Food was...More
Luna is a little obscure, you must stop though find a parking space, and check this one out. We were told that the owner is in his 60's, does all his own fishing from his own boat. When we were there it was the end...More