My husband and I go to Spike's all winter for lunch. There are no lines and the service is relaxed and friendly. It is a tiny, hole-in-the-wall local fish shack with maybe 15 tables that fill up fast in the summer. All fish is broiled -- there are NO fried dishes on the menu! Soups are fantastic -- lobster bisque, lobster chowder, jambalaya, Manhattan or New England clam chowder. A bowl is a meal! Good appetizers are the Spike's Appetizer with raw oysters and clams and steamed shrimp. The peel-and-eat shrimp are good, too. For the main course, you can't go wrong with plain old broiled fish of the day, especially the flounder. Dinner specials vary, but if the Boatman's Stew is on the menu, that is worth getting! Restaurant is BYOB and will provide ice buckets and wine glasses. Dessert menu are various pies; we are usually too full to order, but occasionally have room for the pecan pie and coffee. Just a nice, quiet local spot to enjoy some very fresh fish.
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