Great place for a lobster roll and fun place to sit outside and watch the bridge activities- nice folks
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Lots of lobster on a buttered and grilled hot dog bun served with some type of greens in the bun. Comes with a bag of chips. Not our beast lobster roll as the lobster seemed to not have a lot of taste to it. You...More
this place is super casual - inside it’s really just a general store - but if it’s nice you can sit outside on the deck on the water. the fried haddock was HUGE and very well priced. a basket was about $14 and the sandwich...More
Got to Bets only to find they closed at 2 PM We then expected to deal with the downtown dinner rush. I asked two women in parking lot for recommendation and one of these women actually offered to lead my wife and I to Trevett's....More
Visited for dinner and was very impressed to see the value you get for the price. The Pizza was great, the clam strips were great and an order at another table of scallops looked abundant for the price you pay - more scallop than fries...More
Very quaint, very old, very traditional grill in a little store. Had a lobster roll, sat on the deck and enjoyed watching the old time crank operated draw bridge. Hurry there before the old bridge is replaced.
I eat here 2-3 times per month when I want a quick, delicious & low cost seafood dinner. I order 15 minutes before pick-up & I always enjoy a wonderful haddock, fries, coleslaw dinner when I'm short on time & want a great meal. The...More
Great lobster rolls, fried clams, and cheeseburgers (yes, I finally took a break from lobster!). Very friendly staff and such a cute place. Wish I had another day in the area to order one of their pizzas.....saw one and it looked amazing. Highly recommend.
Eclectic setting beside a hand cranked draw bridge, most seating is outside under canopy or in full sun. Typical lobster dock menu. Store has narrow offering of essentials and national newspapers