This family-owned restaurant with views of Shaw’s Cove marinas is known for the large amount of lobster they put in a lobster roll. And the fish market is open 7 days. Read more.
The Beach Plum serves 78 ice cream and frozen yogurt flavors in addition to all manner of seafood. They were NECN's 2010 Best Lobster Roll in New England winner. Read more.
You can get clams and mussels by the pound at Thurston’s, as well as lobster and other seafood served “in the rough.” Watch the lobster boats come in, bringing the fresh catch that Thurston’s serves. Read more.
For a fancier take on the clam shack approach, Mac's Shack fits the bill, serving up sushi in addition to its coastal fare, but still on paper plates and plastic silverware. One of our NE favorites. Read more.
All food, including oysters, shrimp, and scallops, is fried to order, and if that has your nostrils and stomach needing an immediate fix, land one of the two picnic tables next door. Read more.
The bare-bones, rustic feel may not play well with the island's hoity-toity crowd, but that's reason enough to set out for this Nantucket shack. Let them back you a picnic, Read more.
Situated adjacent to Falmouth Harbor, the clams and scallops are fresh and made to order. No frills here, which is exactly the way the clam shack experience should be. Read more.