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My family has been coming here for close to 75 years, I heard it started out as a tiny place and grew and grew.The food is a superb example of the best of the best of this tiny region in Massachusetts called CAPE ANN, it's...More
This spot was recommended to us by a local and we loved it! The atmosphere is warm and cozy, and our server was friendly and very knowledgeable about the menu. Two of us had variations of the baked haddock and we really enjoyed the special...More
This is the type of neighborhood restaurant that unfortunately most neighborhoods don't have anymore. A lively and friendly bar out front, a simple but warm and comfortable dining room in the back. Standard fare plus they only serve Ipswich clams. Daily specials as well.
Recently had the opportunity to revisit this restaurant with guests from out of town, Excellent meal and service. I was with a group of 8 and was treated to steamers, chowder, calamari, onion rings as appetizers all were cooked to perfection . While the majority...More
We actually came to The Village so my nephew could collect on a wager - he is from Philadelphia and had bet my Boston brother that the Eagles would beat the Patriots. Which they did. The bet was a Philadelphia Cheese Steak Hoagie vs a...More
Sitting at the bar is the place to be in the Village. A mix of locals and tourists blend into this lively bar with lots of story telling. The owners Mark and Kevin always make the rounds mingling with the customers that creates a genuine,...More
Fried clams were invented by Mr Woodman right down the street. The clams are dug locally and fried shortly after being shucked. And cooked perfectly.
They have a special every Tuesday.
If you love clams get to the Village!
We hadn’t tried fried clams on our new england trip yet so we stopped in this delightful local restaurant for lunch after visiting the Crane estate.
Definitely the right choice, pleasant service relaxing and a both guys loved their clams. The ladies like their seafood...More
Excellent lunchtime visit. Service with a smile, we were shown to our table and the waitress was soon with us and drinks arrived promptly. We were shown an extensive menu, mainly seafood but with other choices. Recommend the fish bakes of which there are several...More