This bustling and surprisingly contemporary restaurant offers a refreshing change from traditional preparations of fish and seafood offered by many regional eateries. Although the menu lists some simple and more traditional items, most choices appeal to a more creative palate. It is casual and chic all at once. Outdoor dining on the deck is possible. The service is casual yet proficient and extremely capable. Lunch service is available on select days, contact restaurant for operating schedule. The raw bar satisfies fans of clams and oysters while many crave the signature roasted corn and clam chowder. Try the applewood bacon-wrapped scallop tournedos with a Macomber turnip hash and cranberry-orange relish. In the winter, it's closed mostly on Monday and Tuesday.
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