My husband and I had lunch in May during the off season. We enjoyed sitting outside watching commercial fishing vessels leaving the inlet. The lobster roll was one of the best I've ever had, full of chunky pieces of fresh lobster. We shared a bowl of muscles in a garlic sauce that was so good that not only did we use the bread provided to soak up the sauce, but used the roll that came with the lobster as well. This restaurant appeared to be very popular with local customers as well as visitors. Prices were very good. The lobster roll with coleslaw and potato chips was $3.00 cheaper that other fancier restaurants. There is ample parking which is another plus.
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