Lobsters In the Rough!
This small but mighty famous lobster venue has an interesting history. In 1932, Captain George Nunan, after years of Grand Banks schooner fishing, returned home to Cape Porpoise, Maine to pursue lobster and mackerel fishing. In 1951, George placed a cooking kettle under the elm tree in his front yard to sell cooked lobsters. He would sell the first one for $1.25, and then .80 cents for every one after that. With business booming more than his small kettle could handle, in 1953 he converted his workshop into the same kitchen used today.
With delights such as lobster stew this cutey offers a great location. Please note cash only and offers beer and wine.
Why we love it: The lobster and pies made from scratch!