I once waited in zero degree temps for 40 minutes, just to get a taste of their squid ink pasta and linguine with clam sauce...it's that good here.
AAA Inspector Notes
This landmark restaurant has been serving fresh seafood specialties since 1973. Be sure to try the New England clam chowder and their black squid-ink pasta prepared with your choice of sauce. Garlic lovers will really enjoy their signature pasta with ground squid sauteed with a heaping of garlic and oil. Most pasta dishes are served in the skillets they're cooked in. A bit of an institution, this local favorite can be hard to get into with long lines that form during the lunch and dinner rush. Inside, this tiny restaurant doesn't have much aesthetic appeal other than the ability to watch the chef in action from the open kitchen. Tables are pushed close together and you may end of up sharing a table with other patrons, so be ready to mingle.