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Posted by fish lover on 10/18/2008
i was pleasently suprised by the wonderful lobster rolls and oysters in this new england throw back ... food was fantastic, as was the atmosphere ... i think i will be back .
Posted by Jbird on 10/02/2008
Everything about this place was average. Service staffed very confused. If nothing else in the area (but there is) I'd go but don't go out of your way.
Posted by Anonymous on 09/19/2008
I loved Fish! We went on a Saturday at about 430 - 5PM and the place wasn't crowded but was not empty. The littleneck clams were delicious and inexpensive and we ordered a few beers and a bunch of appetizers and were extremely satisfied. The fried calamari and french fries come on huge plates (plenty to share) and the buffalo shrimp were very good as well. We stayed for over 2 hours and weren't rushed. Fun, relaxing atmosphere!
Posted by Anonymous on 08/29/2008
The sea food is just ok and the prices are a bit steep. If you have money to burn, check out the more expensive items which may be better. Otherwise, the cheaper items are very forgetable.
Posted by holy cow on 08/20/2008
This place is empty even on busy weekends, but as a John's frequent, I decided to give it a try. Now my advice: just go for specials, raw oysters, clams - they are cheap and (relatively) quite edible. Don't look for anything fancy here I tried their crabcake, Lobster roll - I'm not still sure what they served me. It's hard to mess up fish & chips, but they somehow did! unbelievably unfresh - it looked like they were prepared in the morning microwaved later for quick serving.
Posted by Ja on 07/21/2008
Wow this place was great. The food he was so good and so fresh. Not one person, in our party of 7, said anything bad about this restaurant. It is not a huge place but it has cozy with a New England feel to it. the price is not bad at all, very reasonable. I defiantly recommend this place to anyone, and I will be returning hungry for more.
Posted by Anonymous on 02/16/2008
This fun, hip west village find incorporates great music, fresh seafood, a casual atmosphere and friendly, attentive service. The owner of the restaurant owns Down East Seafood, so they get the best and freshest of the day's find. The interior resembles a Northeast Seafood Shack and the oyster special is out of this world...6 blue point oysters, 6 little neck clams, or 6 top neck clams with a glass of white wine, red wine or draft beer just can't be beat. This special lasts from noon to midnight, everyday! Not only that, their happy hour, which lasts until seven, has $3.00 wines and $1.50-$3.00 beers. I suggest their "angels on horseback," "oysters rockefeller," and their "horseradish salmon." Their lobster feast is just that, and inexpensive at just $36 for 1 1/4 lb of lobster. Amazingly, their burger with smoked bacon is one of the best i've had. Their service is friendly and incredibly helpful. You aren't treated like you are just another tip. I highly suggest this restaurant, and one a friday and saturday you can see that many others do as well.