Classic. Beginning in 1938 as a hamburger stand with five seats, this popular restaurant has grown to include two country-style dining rooms, an outdoor patio, a cozy tavern and a fish market. A large fieldstone fireplace adds warmth to the main dining room, while another accents the tavern. Heavy on fresh seafood, the menu offerings are wholesome, hearty American. They are known for their quahog clam chowder but the lobster bisque is equally memorable. Servers are friendly and efficient. A line of spices based on seaweed is available for purchase.
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