You walk through the door of Marino's Seafood Market and Restaurant and the clock turns back 40 or 50 years. The dated décor consists of glass fishing floats, seaside pictures and mounted fish on the walls. And there is a refrigerated display case for those who want to purchase and cook their seafood at home. Don't let the time travel bother you, other than desserts, this restaurant is 100% seafood! We all chose the soup option over salad: New England Clam Chowder and Spicy Crab Bisque. I managed to get the last order of sauteed soft shell crabs - excellent! My wife chose the Fried Shrimp, a generous order of a dozen crisp shrimp, she ate six, shared two with me, and she took four home for later. The service on this Sunday evening was deftly handled by a single waitress, Katie with assistance of a busboy. My father-in-law enjoyed a generous serving of Shrimp Scampi. The downside, no room for dessert. In hindsight, I would have enjoyed a slice of cheese cake.