Wharf Gallery & Grill – Fresh From the Lobsterman Who Owns the Shack!

From Trap to Plate

The Wharf Gallery & Grill is located in beautiful Corea, Maine, and is owned by sixth generation Mainer and lobsterman Joe Young. Here you’ll find a place that time forgot and enjoy a freshly prepared lobster roll on Joe’s wharf where you can take in the working harbor and all of its sights and sounds. Once you’ve located Corea a short 10 minute jaunt from Route 1, you’ll pass the Corea post office and only intersection where you can find the village’s only stop sign. Drive past the post office and you’ll find our open flag and Maine Gifford’s ice cream sign on the left where you can park along Gibbs Lane.

As you approach the Wharf Gallery & Grill, you will be met by the sight of rope rugs, a cool breeze, and  friendly staff. Favorites from the menu include lobster rolls, boiled lobster dinner, crab claws, steak and cheese, sausage with green peppers and onions, and our very own lobster grilled cheese (imitated but never duplicated). You won’t want to leave the picnic tables that have perfect views of the harbor, so save room for a piece of blueberry pie, a whoopie pie, or some Maine Gifford’s ice cream.  This lobster shack may be off the beaten path, but Joe prefers it that way. You won’t be disappointed!

Why we love it:  This place is pure Maine.  Plus, enjoy photographs of Downeast and Acadia of the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s!

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Graffam Bros. Seafood Shack – Pure Maine Lobster!

Lobsters To Go Since 1946

Located in Rockland, Maine  just minutes from the historic harbor, Graffam Bros. Seafood Shack is a roadside gem serving sandwiches, salads and fried seafood favorites such as haddock, clams, scallops, shrimp and more!   Indulge in the steamed lobster with the melted butter or enjoy lobster rolls overflowing with locally sourced lobster meat dressed in mayonnaise and served on a toasted bun. Order at the window and dine at one of the outdoor tables – or take your summer seafood to go!  Situated across from the Graffam Bros. Seafood Market which is open year round, the shack is open in the warmer months only. Yum!

Why we love it:  This place is fast, easy and worth the visit!

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  • Seasonal (May – October)
  • Lunch, Dinner (Hours Vary. Call Ahead)
  • 211 Union Street, Rockport, Maine
  • (207) 236-8391
  • www.lobsterstogo.com

 

 

Rebecca’s Seafood Take Out – Picnic Tables And Water Views

No Frills  – Fast and Convenient! 

Rebecca’s is right next to the ferry and always a hub of activity on main drag in Old Harbor.  Featuring umbrella-covered picnic tables, they do have a small counter inside as well as a few tables and chairs.  Lobster rolls, fried clams, burgers, wraps and chowder.

Quintessential summer in New England experience (open until 2 am in summer) and cash only.

Why we love it:  A perfect stop embarking or departing on ferry!

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Beach Plum Lobster Farm – Local Hotspot in Ogunquit

Enjoy Lobsters in the Rough!

If you’re looking for fresh, on-the-spot steamed lobsters, clams and butter (and that’s it – pure and simple), you’ll love what Beach Plum Lobster Pound has to offer.   A solid retail market place and favorite lobster take out cookery since 1995, Beach Plum Lobster Pound proudly supports local lobstermen and lobster fishereries up and down the coast.

A no-frills, rustic lobster shack owned by a friendly husband and wife team, Beach Plum Lobster Pound lets you pick from 4 different sized lobsters.  In minutes, you can enjoy your mouthwatering meal outdoors on one of the picnic tables or take your food to go!   Hammers are available onsite to help you with the shells – so get crackin’.   Once your tummy is full and you’re ready to wash all the natural juices and buttery goodness from your face and fingers – feel free to use the sink outside.   Beach Plum Lobster Farm is a true roadside gem!

Why we love it:   It’s super authentic!   Casual and delicious. 

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Holbrook’s Snack Bar – Right on the Wharf

Watch Cundy’s Harbor Fishermen at Work

Open daily, this little gem offers great food while you watch Cundy’s Harbor fishermen at work. Operated by Gilmore’s Seafood and Take Out from Bath bringing years of experience in providing delicious fresh seafood to the public.

With plenty of coastal charm, it’s fun that this restaurant is located right on the wharf.  Of course there are great views!  They will also offer Lobster and Clam Bakes by reservation for parties of 10 or more.

Why we love it: A fun place to visit and enjoy a lobster roll.  

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Nunan’s Lobster Hut – A Family Tradition

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!

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Estes Lobster House – Seafood with a View!

Popular Lobster Restaurant

Situated in a tranquil part of Maine, Estes Lobster House is a 200 seat family style seafood restaurant with beautiful ocean views from every seat!  They boast an outside sunset patio with fire pit and granite steps to the ocean. Heaven!

Serving lobsters, seafood, chicken, chowders, sandwiches and salads for over 60 years and appearing on many favorite lists (local and visitors alike.)

Why we love it: Has a Lobster Mac & Cheese featured on “Throwdown! with Bobby Flay” on The Food Network.

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  • Seasonal
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • Route 123 1906 Harpswell Neck Road, South Harpswell, Maine
  • (207) 833-6340
  • esteslobster@gmail.com
  • www.esteslobsterhouse.com
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Harraseeket Lunch & Lobster Company – On Many Favorite Lists

A Charmer and Fantastic Food

Located on the wharf at the end of Main Street in South Freeport, Maine just three miles from L.L. Bean. Come and enjoy the beautiful South Freeport Harbor in the dining room or at the picnic tables under the awning, all at the water’s edge.

Harraseeket Lunch & Lobster has been featured on TV shows like Rachel Ray, numerous articles in papers from Massachusetts and New York, Downeast Magazine, New England Magazine, Favorite Lobster shacks, etc. The lobster pound is conveniently attached to the dining room with outside service windows across the walkway over the water.  This is cash only and BYOB.

Why we love it: Featured on TV and many print articles, this is a cult favorite!  

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Robinson’s Wharf – Watch Lobster Boats from The Deck

A Special Lobster Lover’s Menu. YUM!

Robinson’s Wharf Tug’s Pub & Seafood Market is located in a very interesting spot in Maine. Southport, an island jutting five miles long and two miles wide into the Atlantic Ocean, is located in Midcoast Maine at the end of the Boothbay Peninsula; ninety minutes drive north of Portland. The Island is connected to the mainland by a swing bridge erected in the 1939.  The bridge swings open every half-hour during the warmer months of the year, from April 30 until September 29.

This gem offers indoor and outdoor seating but try for the upper deck and best views of the busiest and picturesque waterways in midcoast Maine.   Offers an amazing menu for lobster lovers like lobster tacos, lobster BLT, lazy lobster and of course the lobster roll.

Why we love it:  This scenic restaurant shares the wharf with the lobster fishermen that catch their lobster menu.  

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Chauncey Creek Lobster Pier- What a View!

Scenic Lobster Experience In the Rough

What a scenic location!  Established in 1948 this is a lovely “dining in the rough’ destination.  You dock at the pier and enjoy your meal overlooking the beautiful Chauncey Creek River.

Offering a wonderful menu complete with lobster bakes, lobster rolls, boiled lobster dinner and other seafood and land lovers delights.  Offering indoor and outdoor seating, our favorite is the deck with the brightly painted picnic tables!

Why we love it: A scenic place to enjoy lobster with no frills, delicious and BYOB

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  • Seasonal
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • BYOB
  • 16 Chauncey Creek Road, Kittery Point, Maine
  • (207) 439-1030
  • www.chaunceycreek.com
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Barnacle Billy’s – Delicious and Charming!

Freshest Lobster Around

An often named favorite on lobster shack lists, this featured spot offers extensive indoor and sundeck seating where guests can enjoy both the beauty of the harbor and the ocean beyond.  Over fifty years in business, Barnacle Billy’s restaurant has been known for its luxury lobster, steamed clams, large lusty drinks, barbecued chicken, homemade clam chowder, and of course, the lobster roll and lobster stew.

With a lovely view of Perkins Cove, this is an idyllic spot.  Take time before or after your meal to linger and look over the moored boats.  It’s a charming spot and worth the trip!

Why we love it: A meal with a view.  Why not enjoy the scenic eye candy?  

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Muscongus Bay Lobster – On the Harbor

A Rustic and Cool Looking Place to Enjoy Lobster

Muscongus Bay Lobster Company is a family owned and operated, located on scenic Round Pond Harbor in Round Pond, Maine.

At the open air restaurant, you can personally select your own lobsters from the tanks. They specialize in locally farmed oysters, locally dug soft shell clams, and fresh, locally grown sweet Maine corn.  It’s also BYOB.

Why we love it: The offer a choice of white or wheat for the lobster roll!

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Quoddy Bay Lobster – Roll to Most Eastern Point in USA

Offering Three Sizes of Lobster Rolls. Yum!

Quoddy Bay Lobster is a family owned and operated fish market and takeout located on a working pier just off the main drag in beautiful Eastport, Maine.  This little cutie is the eastern most lobster shack in the USA and part of a quiet but quaint town.

Known  for their amazing lobster rolls – they actually offer them in three different sizes.  We vote for the biggest!  Insiders tip?  We know mayo is usually paired with lobster rolls, but don’t miss the Mustard Factory in town – it’s a fun place to stop and shop.

Why we love it: Downeast and fresh out of the ocean. Enjoy a great view!
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Bagaduce Lunch – An American Classic

An Authentic Maine Experience
Opened in 1946 and a great view overlooking the river, this dining the rough option has won a James Beard “American Classic” award.  A favorite of locals and travelers alike, this is a great stop on the way to Deer Isle.
An idyllic spot overlooking the water and islands, this long time seafood host has picnic tables with umbrellas.  Spend a wonderful hour or two in this quintessential Maine spot.

Why we love it: Pure Maine.  No fuss, no frills.  Lovely views and fabulous food.  

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Miller’s Lobster Co. – Surrounded by Water on 3 Sides

A Great Lobster and Sunset Spot

Miller’s Lobster Company is a family-owned restaurant located in the fishing village of Spruce Head along mid-coast Maine. Surrounded on three sides by water so each table has an ocean view, if you arrive for a late lunch you can enjoy watching the fishing boats tie up at the wharf to unload the day’s catch.

Owners say you can eavesdrop on the fishermen as they talk about their day at sea and make preparations for tomorrow.  We like to call it “lobster in the rough.”

Why we love it:  Offers a waterview from each table and lovely sunsets!

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Thurston’s Lobster Pound – Five Generations

Enjoy Your Lobster Overlooking Lobster Boats

With a long and charming history, FW Thurston Company, was started in 1946 when Fred Thurston purchased property from another family member.  Since then, the dock on Bass Harbor has sold fuel, bait, and supplies to local fishermen, while serving as a space to purchase the lobsters that they haul in.

The restaurant started out as a tiny kitchen and just 12 tables under a bright yellow awning. With a simple but delicious menu, and a friendly, laid back atmosphere, Thurston’s Lobster Pound is a popular spot for the summer tourist crowd and locals alike. Fresh local lobsters served with a smile, a salty breeze, and a view of the boats that brought them in, is what Thurston’s has always been about.

Why we love it: Two sizes of lobster rolls.  Get a fork for the big one!

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Lobster Hut – Lobster Enjoyed Fresh Off the Boat

Located on Historic Plymouth Harbor

For fresh seafood and succulent local lobster, Lobster Hut is the place to eat!   Located directly on the ocean, this casual eatery offers over 50 menu items from lobster bisque to fried clams, broiled salmon and more!

Lobster Roll anyone?  Choose from a big lobster salad roll and if you’ve worked up an appetite touring Plymouth – you can order an even BIGGER lobster salad roll.  Then,  take it outside and savor every bite of it as you watch the fishing boats bob up and down in the water.    Not a fancy restaurant by any means, you walk up to the counter and order to your tummy’s content!   In minutes, out comes your generous portions.   Dining with landlubbers? Lobster Hut serves burgers and chicken fingers, too.

Why we love it:   It’s fresh and fried seafood heaven! 

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  • Seasonal
  • Reopens in February
  • Lunch, Dinner
  • 25 Town Wharf, Plymouth, Massachusetts 02360
  • (508) 746-2270
  • www.lobsterhutplymouth.com

 

 

 

 

 

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Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough – An OMG Lobster Roll in CT

Abbott’s Lobster in the Rough

Abbott’s Lobster was founded in 1947.  Right on the water, they offer great views and a Connecticut style lobster roll.  This roll is made with a quarter pound of lobster, drenched in butter and served warm.

You’ll love their steamers, stuffed clams, clam chowder — acclaimed by food writers and reporters worldwide. Clams and oysters on the half shell, mussels, shrimp, crab, corn on the cob and a great New England seafood feast!  While they do not serve alcoholic beverages, feel free to bring your own wine or beer.

Why we love it: Legendary Seaside Restaurant On The Mystic River

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Shaw’s Fish and Lobster Wharf – In New Harbor

Rustic and Real 

Visit Shaw’s Wharf and you’re in for a true Maine experience.  Located just a little off the beaten path 60 miles north of Portland on the Pemaquid Peninsula, Shaw’s Wharf is in New Harbor – the scenic lobster village where Paul Newman and Kevin Costner filmed “Message in a Bottle”.

A rustic, salty lobster shack overlooking a working waterfront, Shaw’s Wharf offers the freshest lobster around.  Climb up to the second story deck, and watch local lobster fishermen unload their catch !   Shaw’s Wharf offers yummy lobster rolls made with “right off the boat” lobster meat, a hint of mayo and lemon. Worth the trip!

Why we love it:  Pull up a picnic table and enjoy steamed lobsters, clams and corn in the rough!

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Dave’s Lobster – Great Place for a Roll in Halifax

Dave’s Lobster

Open 7 Days a week, Dave’s Lobster is the place to go for fresh, deliciously amazing lobster rolls loaded with 4 ounces of meat that spills over the bun!   A casual, counter-service eatery, Dave’s Lobster is a “must do” when you’re in town.

Choose from The Local – Cold PEI lobster, a light touch of mayo, diced celery and a few special herbs served on a special split-top roll, buttered and grilled.    Some Fancy – PEI lobster warmed in a pan of butter, lemon and garlic served on a special split-top roll; or the Lobster Taco – PEI lobster in a light mix of mayo, lime and cilantro with just a heat of chili peppers, served on a soft shell tortilla and topped with special coleslaw!

Pair your lobster meal with local craft brew or a glass of wine – and you’ll be happy as a clam!

For those who are not huge fans of lobster – Dave’s Lobster offers Grilled Cheese sandwiches made with PEI’s award-winning Cow’s Creamery Extra Old Cheddar.  Yum!

Why we love it:  They give you a choice of cold or warm lobster rolls.  The yin to the yang!  And, they offer outdoor seating – perfect on a nice, sunny day.

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Dave’s Lobster – Let the Good Times Roll In PEI!

Dave’s Lobster

Open 7 Days a week, Dave’s Lobster is the place to go for fresh, deliciously amazing lobster rolls loaded with 4 ounces of meat that spills over the bun!   A casual, counter-service eatery, Dave’s Lobster is a “must do” when you’re in town.

Choose from The Local – Cold PEI lobster, a light touch of mayo, diced celery and a few special herbs served on a special split-top roll, buttered and grilled.    Some Fancy – PEI lobster warmed in a pan of butter, lemon and garlic served on a special split-top roll; or the Lobster Taco – PEI lobster in a light mix of mayo, lime and cilantro with just a heat of chili peppers, served on a soft shell tortilla and topped with special coleslaw!

Pair your lobster meal with local craft brew or a glass of wine – and you’ll be happy as a clam!

For those who are not huge fans of lobster – Dave’s Lobster offers Grilled Cheese sandwiches made with PEI’s award-winning Cow’s Creamery Extra Old Cheddar.  Yum!

Why we love it:  They give you a choice of cold or warm lobster rolls.  The yin to the yang!  And, they offer outdoor seating – perfect on a nice, sunny day.

Rusty Anchor – In the Heart of Cabot Trail

Rusty Anchor

The Rusty Anchor is located in picturesque Pleasant Bay often known as the “half-way point” on the Cabot Trail. Surrounded by mountains and nestled in the heart of the Cape Breton Highlands National Park it is a place you should stop, relax and recharge. Great place for a Cabot Trail Lobster Roll!

There are many more beautiful sights to await you as you enjoy this little piece of heaven on earth. Featured in the “National Geographic Traveller” magazine as the best place to get Lobster Rolls on the Cabot Trail.

The Rust Anchor offers a beautiful patio area with a great ocean view.   Just a great place to stop amidst spectacular mountains and ocean.

Why we love it: Pop in for a relaxed and delicious lunch and then head off for more of the spectacular scenery.

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Island Favorites – At the top of a lot of lists!

Island Favorites

Located in the heart of Cavendish, join Island Favorites where they will make your Island seafood experience a memorable one.   Have to love a place that offers Lobster Chowder!

PEI’s first and only restaurant to specialize in Lobster Rolls, while offering Panini’s and a healthy variety of children’s items.  Island Favorites offer SIX, count them….six Lobster Roll choices.  From the Captain’s Roll to the Mini Catch Combo, there is somethign for everyone.

While you are there, consider the Grilled Lobster Wrap.  Succulent chunks of Lobster mixed with Mayo, fresh Chives, and diced Tomatoes. Piled upon a soft floured Wrap with Provolone Cheese, brushed with Butter and grilled until warm.

Why we love it:  We’ll say it again.  Six different lobster roll choices.  Wow.  

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The Lost Anchor – Casual and serene for seafood

The Lost Anchor

Enjoy a casual atmosphere with tasty food and drinks!  Offers air-conditioned inside the cute restaurant or outside on the patio!

This little gem is all about local products and preparing everything themselves. They even feature PEI Brewery Draft Beer!  But let’s talk about the lobster roll.  Chunks of whole claws and dressed with with homemade mayo and seasoned with dill and chives. A must do while on PEI!

Why we love it: Conveniently across from the information center and a very cute place for a delicous lobster roll.  

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New Glasgow Lobster Suppers – A unique island tradition

New Glasgow Lobster Suppers.

Ah, what an interesting story of how it came to be! On June 24, 1958; The first lobster dinner in New Glasgow was served as a fundraiser for the The Junior Farmers Organization.  With a very “country” atmosphere and a very simple meal, they served a cold lobster, homemade rolls, potato salad as well as fresh desserts; followed by a dance.  Sounds like a wonderful evening for price of $1.50 per person; raising $260 with all proceeds going to the Junior Farmers Group.

In the years to follow the meal became more popular and what started as a fundraiser has grown into a family business which continues to be operated by two of the original founding couples The Nicholson’s and The MacRae’s along with their families.

Everything is served to you at your table. Your server will greet you with steaming hot rolls and whole wheat bread straight from the ovens. Choose any combination of Seafood Chowder, Tomato Basil Soup and Freshly Steamed Cultivated Island Blue Mussels. Sample one or all of our salads on our salad sampler plate. Coleslaw, PEI Potato Salad and Garden Salad drizzled with our home made balsamic vinaigrette. Delight in our succulent salt water boiled Island Lobster served in the shell with freshly clarified butter. And Don’t forget to save room for dessert!  Take pleasure in more than one homemade dessert including our famous “mile high” lemon meringue pie or  mouth-watering strawberry shortcake! Wash it all down with a cup of hot coffee or brewed tea to finish off your dining experience.

Why we love it: It’s not just a lobster dinner but a unique Island tradition.

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The Lobster Shack – Amazing Menu of Lobster Eats

The Lobster Shack

Behold a Nova Scotia restaurant  focused on a locally inspired ingredients and of course Lobster!  The Barrington area is often called the Lobster Capital of Canada, where the landed catch of lobster is highest in the country.

Offering sit down and take out, this cute lobster eatery offers an incredible array of lobster items on thier menu.  Start with Baked Lobster Spinach Dip which offers a rich blend of lobster, spinach, cream cheese, green onions and mayo baked with a house blend of cheese.  Or munch on Lobster Nachos, which offers a mountain of tortilla chips topped with peppers, green onion, house blend of cheese and fresh sautéed Lobster!

Entrees include the much loved baked stuff lobster and something called the Ooey Gooey Haddock & Lobster Bake.  What a name! Haddock smothered in creamy lobster & spinach topped with a house blend of cheese.  YUM!

Why we love it:  How can you not love a restuarant with a menu, mainly built aorund lobster.  

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South Shore Fish Shack – Amazing Harbor Views

South Shore Fish Shack

Located in the heart of historic Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, The South Shore Fish Shack features a simple menu of seaside favourites, sourced locally and classically prepared. With dishes designed to let the fresh seafood shine while you enjoy stunning harbour views from either of their patios.

The South Shore Fish Shack is owned and operated by Martin and Sylvie Ruiz-Salvador, the husband and wife team behind the award winning Fleur de Sel Restaurant and the Salt Shaker Deli – both established Lunenburg hot spots. Martin and Sylvie take tremendous pride in delivering an authentic East Coast experience for all of their guests.

Why we love it: Incredible outdoor patio views, a great shack seafood menu including steam lobster and lobster rolls!

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Five Islands Lobster Company – On a Fishing Village Wharf

Serving the Best Lobsters from Maine

Located right on a working wharf at the edge Sheepscot Bay in Georgetown, Maine – Five Islands Lobster Company is one of the best places to go for fresh, meaty Maine lobsters!    With lobsters hauled from the Atlantic Ocean daily,  you won’t find a place that serves any fresher. What’s more, Five Islands Lobster Company doesn’t store their lobsters in tanks – so that means you’ll indulge in the tastiest lobsters around.

Worked up an appetite after exploring this charming fishing village?   Sit on the deck overlooking the scenic harbor and enjoy your seafood feast.   How about freshly dug steamers and a 4.5 pound lobster?   Or try the Big Boy Lobster Roll loaded with twice the amount of meat that you’d find in the already packed lobster roll.    Five Islands Lobster Company doesn’t serve booze – so feel free to bring your own cooler with beer or wine.   Once you’re done with every crumb and morsel, be sure to head on over to the Ice Cream building for a couple of scoops of Annabelle’s Ice Cream .   Five Islands Lobster Company is pure yum!

Why we love it: Quintessential Maine experience.  Authentic, picturesque and offers on -the -wharf seating!

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Scituate Lobster Pound – Local Seafood For Here or To Go!

Fresh, Local Lobster

A popular seafood market and take-out restaurant, Scituate Lobster Pound has been serving delicious seafood, meat and marinades to hungry visitors for a long time! Choose from mouth watering lobster dishes such as the signature lobster roll – piled high with a half pound of lobster salad, classic steamed lobster, lobster skewers, lobster cerviche, lobster mac and cheese and the all time favorite Lobster Pizza house made with diced tomatoes, artichoke, artisan cheese, and lobster meat, served on top a hand stretched wood fired thin crust.

Family owned and operated, Scituate Lobster Pound offers over 20 years of commercial fishing experience. By harvesting sustainable resources and supporting local fishermen, Scituate Lobster Pound provides the freshest Lobster and Seafood around!

Why we love it:   You can pack a yummy  lobster lunch and head to the beach!

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Wood’s Seafood – A Plymouth Favorite

Local,Fresh Flavors and Clambakes to Go!

Open year round, Wood’s Seafood is a family owned fish market and seafood shack located in the heart of Historic Plymouth Massachusetts overlooking the harbor. The restaurant menu offers a wide range of seafood selection. Fried scallops, whole clams, oysters, and shrimp are just some of the local favorites.  Single or twin Lobster dinners consist of 1 ¼ lb lobsters.  Check out the lobster tanks – and see lobsters weighing up to 6 pounds! Lobster rolls and seafood platters provide a signature taste of New England style seafood.

Wood’s also offers catered clambakes for groups of 50 ore more and Clambakes to Go for parties of 2 or more!   With Clambakes To Go, you don’t have to spend time preparing your meal. All products are cooked and prepared at Wood’s Seafood using your own coolers that you drop off ahead of time. Your coolers will ensure that your savory clambake remains hot for 2-3 hours from the time you pick it up.  Prices start at $24.95 per person.

Why we love it:   You can meet the local lobstermen!  They typically arrive mid-afternoon with their catch of the day.

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