We had the muscles and they were awesome. Then we got the swordfish and stripped bass and both were very good. At $35/plate it is not cheap but it is very good and the server was awesome too with recommendations
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ok, read many reviews. Stood in line just like many stated, 45 minutes, during the week for lunch. We did get there around 12:30. We ordered a variety of oysters that came out fairly quick. However, we waited for our lobster rolls for about 40...More
The wait is well worth it. Its a very small place. But once inside, you'll be glad you waited. Although famous for lobster rolls, the rest of the selections are equally enticing.
Cioppino, "cha" "peeno", is a somewhat spicy brothed seafood stew, containing shrimp, clams, mussels and fish. Nothing is raw!! I don't do raw oysters etc. but I enjoyed this and felt like I was getting an authentic Boston seafood experience. The clam chowder has a...More
Hands down the best lobster roll we have ever had. Just overflowing with the freshest lobster meat and their buttered bun is absolutely amazing. This might be the biggest reason for us to come back to Boston. A must try
This is a small place so you need to get there early to avoid a long wait for the best Lobster and Oysters in the Boston area. I always go for the Lobster roll which must have a good lb on meat on it. Not...More
We made this our first stop in Boston and I recommend you do the same. We got there before 11 am on a Thursday and a line was already formed waiting for them to open. Some people still had their luggage. We took the very...More