Year after year, this has been the go-to seafood shack for fresh local seafood, homemade chowder and famous fluffy clam cakes.
AAA Inspector Notes
Historic. This is one of the last places in the state to get an authentic "shore dinner." The value-priced tasting starts with a bowl of steamed clams, signature fried clam cakes and choice of clam chowder. You can pick between a clear, tomato, or milk-based chowder. The main course includes steamed local lobster and Point Judith flounder that is fried and served with French fries and coleslaw. It also features any dessert offering that was baked fresh that day, including the popular strawberry shortcake. This family owned and operated restaurant has been in business since 1920. It's a summertime institution for travelers heading to nearby beaches.
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