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Rhode Island Seafood Festival 2017 in Providence RI

The 7th Annual Rhode Island Seafood Festival at India Point Park in Providence, RI will be held on Saturday  September  9th and September 10th .  Grand Festivals has teamed up with local and regional sponsors and vendors since 2011 to bring the Rhode Island Seafood Festival at India Point Park in Providence, RI.

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Saturday 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Admission is $5 for adults, with free entry for children under 12 years of age.

The ticket price includes entry for one day of the festival, with several hours of live music and entertainment for all ages.

Food is not included in the ticket price, but is for sale separately at various restaurant vendors.

Boston Seafood Festival 2017

The Boston Seafood Festival will be on Sunday August 13th 11-7pm at the Boston Fish Pier . The seafood fest  offer a full day of events focused on educating the public about the local and global elements at play in New England’s dynamic fishing industry.  Boston Seafood Festival 2017

This family-friendly event will be taking place from 11:00 AM until 7:00 PM. It will be a day of sensational seafood tastings, clambakes and chef demos, educational events, and family fun.

Why have a seafood festival? Festival co-founder Joe Zanti, owner of Yankee Lobster Co., explains, “We want to offer a fun day to enjoy one of New England’s most important natural resources in a responsible and enjoyable way. We’ll be celebrating our maritime heritage together, and eating some really good food!”

Come enjoy the food and festivities and learn about the oldest industry in the United States while supporting your local economy!

Harpoon Beer Garden
Kids Activities
Amazing Food Vendors & Food Trucks *Yes, we will have non-seafood items too!
Celebrity Chef Demos
Oyster Shucking Contest with cash prizes!
Live entertainment
Blessing of the Fleet
All-Day Lobster Bake Tent
Volunteer opportunities
An AMAZING VIEW
And more!!

Buy tickets online 

General Tickets  12 and older $15  Kids  5-11 $5.00 under 5 free

Lobster bake Lobster Bake Ticket** (INCLUDES ADMISSION)*Includes 1- Lobster, Steamed Clams, Corn on the Cob, Pasta Salad and a Roll!  $50

VIP** Includes General Admission, VIP Tote bag, 2 Drinks from Beer Garden, 1 Lobster Bake Ticket

Where to dine in Plymouth 42° North Restaurant & Lounge

42° North Restaurant & Lounge in Plymouth   aims to be the destination spot for the freshest local and exotic seafood, perfectly grilled steaks and a creatively executed menu. The menu features an array of both fish and beef dishes as well as a wide selection of pasta, chicken, soups and salads.   42 degrees  North   is owned by the  South Shore restaurateur Kevin Hynes and the Hynes Restaurant Group which includes Stiockholders in Weymouth,  The Inn at Bay Pointe in Quincy and soon to open in Weymouth Precinct 10 

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For seafood lovers, the chef offers the “42° North Fish Market Menu”, a separate selection above and beyond the normal daily menus, that boasts a variety of fresh fish that can be prepared to your specifications.

The seafood offered on any given day depends on seasonality and availability and will change on a daily basis depending on what the fishermen can supply, just like an actual fish market. The emphasis at 42° North is on freshness and quality and providing sizeable portions at reasonable prices. This has been our mission over the past 30 years encompassing our 10 different South Shore restaurants. This, our newest establishment, seeks to keep you coming back for more through providing great value in a classy yet beachy and fun atmosphere. Peruse our menus and photo gallery here on our website and do not hesitate to call us if we may assist you in any way.

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Here is the  Swampie  buzz of   42° North Restaurant

The cauliflower appetizer at 42 Degrees North in Plymouth is one of the best new wave of offerings I’ve tasted. Yes, it goes beyond the Brussel sprouts with bacon and other dishes. The kicked up cauliflower is so full of flavor it reminded us of General Gau chicken, but so much better.
The restaurant and patio were both doing a brisk business for a Wednesday night. My daughter and I ran in for a bite to eat on our way to the Priscilla Beach Theater (review will be on sister site, but see whatever production you can’t the PBT. It’s wonderful.)
Sorry got off topic.
We split the cauliflower topped with, among other things, scallions and sprinkled with red pepper flakes and also split a salad of greens, cheese, walnuts and pears. But realized as we ate, the pears were missing. Not to worry, the gal behind the bar (the only seat where we could grab a quick bite) was taken back by the omission and had sliced pear delivered to us promptly. It made the salad.
Service was top notch. She even brought beverage refills automatically. And the cauliflower will call my name very soon, I’m sure, though I don’t need any enticement to go to 42 Degrees North or any of its sister restaurants for that matter.

Celebrated our wedding anniversary at 42 degrees north in Manomet last night. I finally splurged on the baked stuffed lobster. It was worth every penny! I’m pretty sure it was the best meal I’ve ever eaten! Hubby had the short ribs which melted in his mouth. We had a wonderful waitress, Christine, who made us feel very special! Best restaurant around by far!

My girlfriend and I went out for our weekly lunch to day at 42 degrees in Manomet. We both had the mix grille steak tip s chicken and shrimp, rice and grilled zucchini. Everything was great. Matt was our waiter and was very good. The bloody was the best I have had in along time!!!!

Just wanted to say thanks for the suggestions about lunch in Plymouth. We ended up choosing 42 Degrees North in Plymouth.42degrees1
We were not disappointed! This place was really good. Nice atmosphere and decor, pleasant staff and great food at reasonable prices for lunch. Between $10-15 for the lunch menu.
We got the braised short rib sandwich, fish tacos (was one of 3 lunch specials) , fried mac n cheese app, and my grandparents both got the fish and chips. Everyone was extremely happy with their meal. But omg, that braised rib sandwich was sublime. I literally didn’t put it down after the first bite. It’s definitely a place to check out. We will be back again.

My friend and I went for our weekly lunch. We went to 42 degrees North in Plymouth on rte 3a. It was one of the best meals my friend and I have had for lunch. We both had the grilled plate and it was cooked perfect. It had steak tips, sirloin steak , shrimp and chicken. It had a spicy rice and grilled zucchini. Also bread with oil and dip. I have enough for another meal and it was only $15.00. The drinks were very good and the bartender and waitress were top shelf. I don’t take picture because I can’t stand to see people on their cell phones while they are trying to eat. I guess I am out of the loop!!!!

Went to 42 degrees north in plymouth with my mother and sister it was delicious as always 42degrees2we started with the mussels in white wine no picture as we dug right in we always get them and the were perfect as usual! My sister got a crock of there french onion soup and the appetizer eggplant napoleon as her meal they both were very good only gripe was she found two pieces of onion skin in the soup. My mother got the stalter chicken with mushroom bacon risotto and spinach it was delicious. I got the beef short ribs with root vegetables and mashed potatoes they were melt in your mouth tender. We go there often and always leave full and happy drinks were yummy as well my mother had her tried and true bacardi and diet I got a red sangria and Moscow mule my sister had a specialty drink and a Moscow mule if you haven’t been yet you need to try it!

We ended up going to 42 Degrees North tonight. It was phenomenal!! We got lucky with 2 seats at the outdoor bar and our bartender was awesome!! The drinks, food and service were 12002905_10153140000879856_4824076722907453701_nincredible!!! We shared the antipasto board for an app and both got 2 lb baked stuffed lobsters. There were 4 claws, shrimp and scallops and the entire tail in the lobsters. I couldn’t even touch my sides. Enough of everything left over for tomorrow nights dinner. We’ll definitely be going back!!

Being a weekend we included our men in today’s adventure. Looking for outdoor seating on a beautiful day we went to Plymouth, and had seen good reviews on 42 Degrees N. We hadn’t thought about whether it was on the water (it wasn’t) but they DID have lobster roll on the menu. 3 out of 4 of us ordered it. Ok, SO FAR- THE BEST! Grilled hotdog roll, small amount of mayo and celery- not quite undetectable, thin chives/a seasoning or herb, not quite sure but GREAT flavor. Little bit juicy, tender, felt much fancier yet true to itself than the others that now in comparison felt more “fast food” or “take out”. Of course In fairness, having a fun summer cocktail with it may have helped give it an edge- we did say in a previous post that atmosphere may sway our opinion. Haylee our waitress was great, and dealt well with our silly selves- good for you Haylee!! All in all our rolls were fabulous, only thing that could make it more perfect would be being oceanfront- ok, well Ruth may have liked less claw but overlooked that because of flavor. A side note, appetizer calamari was decent, beet salad with pistachio and goat cheese lovely, dessert decent, company excellent as always!

Open Year Round, Daily for Lunch & Dinner

Lunch:
11:30am-4:00pm, Daily

Dinner:
4:00pm-10:00pm, Sunday-Thursday
4:00pm-11:00pm, Friday & Saturday

Lounge:
Open late every night

t 690 State Road, Manomet, (plymouth)  MA 02360

Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront Tony’s Clam Shop

Where to Dine on the Quincy WaterFront  Tony's Clam Shop Tony’s Clam Shop,  is   local favorite   that has been  on Wollaston  beach in Quncy   for over 50
years.   It is casual dining where you order at the counter.   They  cook all all  menu items to order as a commitment to excellence our customers remain loyal to. They use only the freshest seafood and produce items available. We are proud of our  longevity in the business. We attribute that to our commitment to excellence and our loyal
customers.

Tony’s menu is full of comfort favorites such as hot dogs and burgers, seafood options, and even Middle Eastern specialties, like tabouli and falafel! Tony’s has their liquor license giving customers a variety of beers and wines to choose from.

Here is the Swampie buzz of the Tony’s Clam Shop on Wollaston Beach

Tony’s Clam Shop, in Quincy. I wasn’t all that far at the time so, figured to stop in. For a first, I parked around back, which quickly turns residential. Inside, I was soon greeted at the Whole Belly Clams at Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy counter. Was a tad undecided. I almost got the Seafood Platter but, instead went with a 2-way of Whole Belly Clams and Scallops. With a good pour of draft Cisco Whale’s Tale.
I enjoyed every bite. Clams tasted of the sea. Scallops were impressive. Big surprise was the cole slaw. So much better than before.
As always, well worth the trip!

I’ve lived here 32 years and had not yet eaten at Tony’s Clam Shop on Quincy Shore Dr in Quincy. Since we needed to celebrate Father’s Day early and the weather was fabulous we Crab cakes at  Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy headed to Quincy Bay for seafood. Our dishes didn’t disappoint. Crab cakes were mostly crab with a tasty remoulade sauce. Shrimp were some of the freshest I’ve had in some time. Good fries cooked well. Even the cole slaw was crunchy with a good sauce and I’m fussy about my slaw. Sitting outside with great views of the Boston skyline and the water is fabulous but tempered by the four lanes of traffic at your feet. Great food but $$$$. Constant stream of customers must mean it’s worth the price!

Tony’s Clam Shoppe is awesome. I grew up going there as a Quincy kid. Anyhow, this is the broiled fish dinner. It’s a generous portion of haddock (I had already eaten at least 3 ounces before taking the picture) with lots of rice and salad for $18.95. Three meals worth for me (at least).

Pit stop in Quincy, at Tony’s Clam Shop. Across from Wollaston Beach. For a first, we tried their Lobster Roll with melted butter. Gets its own section on the board. It is $22.95 and delightful! Along with a combo plate of deep fried shrimp and scallops.Lobster Roll Fried Shrimp plate  at Tony's Clam shop Wollaston Beach Quincy
We soon realized that picking off delectable bites was better than trying to bite into the overstuffed roll. So much! The deep fried was done to perfection. Batter and all.
Service is exceptional in terms of asking for condiments like lemon slices, mayo and cocktail sauce.
Needless to say, we are big fans.

Tony’s clam Shop in Quincy… What can I say that isn’t obvious from this picture? Hands down, the best fried clams I’ve ever had. And I’ve eaten more than my share. I’m ruined now. Not a trace of grit or sand anywhere. Ridiculously fresh, crispy coating, tender as could be. I want more right now.

HANDS DOWN one of best seafood in and around new enland ..im crazy about my seafood and bow im crazy about tony’s…absolutely incredible….great prices and our plates were stacked high….very intimidating an worth the ride….ill be back for sure

I really loved the place.. The mouth watering and delicious food along with the fresh and lovely breeze was enhancing the beauty of Wollaston beach and flavor of summer.. We ordered fish and chips and a full plate of lobsters fry.. The quantity was too good and the price was quiet reasonable..I went with my husband and we both couldn’t finish the meal, due to its quantity, we were over loaded..

Open Spring,summer and fall

Tony’s Clam Shop, 861 Quincy Shore Drive, Wollaston, MA 02170, 617.773.5090

 

Newport Polo New England Lobster Bake 2016

A traditional New England Lobsterbake will round out the   Newport polo  gala weekend at the conclusion of USA vs. France on Saturday August 6th  at 7:30pm  The freshest local seafood & produce will be cooked to perfection field-side by McGrath Clambakes over hot coals under a bed of fresh, local seaweed. This tasty and fun annual Polo Series tradition sells out each year, and is not to be missed.

Newport Polo New England Lobster Bake 2016

The New England Lobsterbake Menue:

Rhode Island Clear Broth Quahog Chowder Station
Garden Salad with Italian Dressing
Steamers
Mussels
Draw Butter
Corn on the Cob
Red Bliss Potato
Chourico
Barbecued Chicken
1 ¼ lb. RI Lobster
Watermelon

Tickets $50 per person, available online until August 3, while supplies last. Cash bar. Polo match tickets sold separately. For more info, email agnes@nptpolo.com.

Each dinner includes a whole lobster. There are non-seafood options available. Sorry, no child portions available. For children, we recommend the food concessionaires on site during the match, so that after the match, the adults can eat while the kids play on the polo field under your watchful eye.

Now in its 3rd generation, McGrath Clambakes & Catering is a full-service catering company that specializes in authentic old fashioned New England clambakes as well as traditional catering services. Whether you’re interested in hosting a casual family party, wedding reception or special event, our expert planners can create a memorable day in many locations in and around southern New England. With over 45 years in the business, you can count on McGrath to provide a completely customized experience for you and your guests. (401) 847-7743 Email: info@riclambake.com

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Newport Polo
250 Linden Ln, Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02871

Boston Seafood Festival 2016

The Boston Seafood Festival will be on Sunday August 7th 11-7pm at the Boston Fish Pier . The seafood fest  offer a full day of events focused on educating the public about the local and global elements at play in New England’s dynamic fishing industry. Xjyo6d7r

The event will include:

 

Harpoon Beer Garden

Kids Activities

Amazing Food Vendors & Food Trucks *Yes, we will have non-seafood items too!

Smoothies & coffee

Boston Artists

Sea-Themed Crafts and T-Shirts

Celebrity Chef Demos

Oyster Shucking Contest with cash prizes!

Live entertainment

Blessing of the Fleet

All-Day Lobster Bake Tent

Volunteer opportunities

An AMAZING VIEW

And more!!

Tickets buy online

General Tickets  12 and older $15  Kids  5-11 $5.00 under 5 free

Lobster bake Lobster Bake Ticket** (INCLUDES ADMISSION)*Includes 1- Lobster, Steamed Clams, Corn on the Cob, Pasta Salad and a Roll!  $50

VIP** Includes General Admission, VIP Tote bag, 2 Drinks from Beer Garden, 1 Lobster Bake Ticket   $80

 

Boston Fish Pier
212 Northern Ave, Boston, Massachusetts 02210

 

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront The Blued-Eyed Crab Grill & Rum Bar

The Blue-Eyed Crab opened in 2007 and is located along the waterfront  in Plymouth. Chef Casey’s inventive menu of fresh seafood paired with creative cocktails straight from the Caribbean makes this a local favorite. The fun and casual atmosphere is perfect for a quick lunch, after work cocktail, or a night out with friends and family. Choose from the festive dining room or the outside patio to enjoy our excellent food and great service.Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront The Blued-Eyed Crab Grill & Rum Bar

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Here is the Swampie buzz of the   The Blue-Eyed Crab Caribbean Grill & Rum Bar

I tried The Blue-Eyed Crab in Plymouth last night for the 1st time…it was so good I had to go back for lunch today! Love the atmosphere, bright fun colors and reggae music playing, you feel like you’re in the carribean as soon as you walk in. Waitstaff is outstanding. Just a side note that it is a little loud and small (which doesn’t bother me at all) and dinner items aka large plates are only served after 5pm. Ordered a Polynesian Surf for a drink which was phenomenal…I love me some fruity rum drinks! We ordered chowder, coconut scallops, jerk chicken buns, fish and chips and a lobster roll which was ordered by my 6 year old lol. I so badly wanted the key lime pie and rum cake for dessert but I had no room left. I might go back tomorrow for that!

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Delicious food presentation and cocktails at Blue Eyed Crab in Plymouth Flounder, Salmon – cocktails were amazing and fresh

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My wife and I had lunch at The Blue Eyed Crab in Plymouth. Delicious! We both had the Specials. She had the Salmon and i had the Fish and Chips. We took a picture of the menu, the inside of the reasturant and our dishes. The service was excellent. Our waitress was pleasant and knowledgable

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Dinner at the Blue Eyed Crab on the Waterfront in Plymouth. Calamari appetizer was delicious- unique flavor and peppers. In my top 5 all time. I had the Crab Bisque, Crab Cakes, and a bloody mary. YUM. My husband had fish tacos and enjoyed them. My 12 year old and 5 year old had fish and chips and shrimp cocktail. Both cleaned their plates. The little guy had a plate of mashed potatoes with no complaints. Promptly seated, courteous staff, and outdoor seating was nice. Be advised they add an 18% tip for 5 or more people already (although we left more of course). Would definitely return!

170 Water Street, Plymouth, MA | 508-747-6776 |

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Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -The Shanty Rose Pub

The Shanty Rose Pub  is smaller what you might  call a  “Hole in the Wall” place right on the Plymouth Waterfront but does  serve good food and drinks.   Great place to stop in for a drink or a full seafood meal.   Live music most weekend nights!! Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -The Shanty Rose Pub

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Here is the Swampie buzz of the The Shanty Rose Pub   in  Plymouth

Buffalo scallops? Lobster club sandwich? Yes, and yes. And delicious. It’s the perfect hole-in-the wall. I was skeptical, but proven wrong. Perfectly pan seared scallops, resting in a shallow plate of buffalo sauce, with a dollop of blue cheese dressing in the center. I know weird right? Absolutely delicious! Then my better half Caroline and I split a Lobster Club sandwich…. Grilled bread surrounding plump tomato, crisp bacon, fresh lettuce, and “no mayo added” lobster meat. Set your expectations for a hole in the wall right in the water in Plymouth, and enjoy.

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -The Shanty Rose PubBreakfast this morning was delicious. At the shanty rose on the waterfront in Plymouth. It is a little place on the wharf they do a great very delicious breakfast on Saturday and Sunday from 8am to noon. I got bacon and eggs, hubby got the corned beef hash omelet. I tried the omelet it was perfectly cooked and the corned beef hash is homemade. I recommend this hidden fem to anyone.

I love this place. It’s open all year, affordable, and casual.
I was really hungry when I got here. I ordered an 8oz sirloin with rice pilaf and white corn with poblano peppers for $15.99.
Deb the bartender was attentive and awesome. They’ve gutted the back room, repainted and redone the flooring, and the front room is next.

We decided  on the Shanty Rose on the wharf in Plymouth. Very tiny inside. We were lucky to score bar seats, Our server, Debbie, was very nice and attentive,Clam chowder- rich and Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -The Shanty Rose Pub clam chowdercreamy pretty good-not awesome -crab cakes -very good again not awesome but better than some,lots of crab not a lot of fillers,sauce a bit too spicy for my taste. Clam roll- very big clams were sweet and tender but the market price of $21.99 was a unpleasant surprise-I should have inquired before ordering, my mistake. Their fries are amazing! So good I didn’t even need ketchup! A lot of locals, pleasant folks to chat with. Loved the decor in the ladies room-note the last picture! Gave me quite the chuckle! All in all a nice experience

Lobster roll lunch  at the Shanty Rose  Plymouth..It was very good, just the tiniest bit of mayo, Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -The Shanty Rose Pub Lobster Roll a little lettuce on the bottom of the roll. I liked the fact that the roll was toasted WITHOUT and fat at all…..it came with french fries that were almost perfect, very little salt and nicely crunchy. Service was great! This was the second time I got this lunch there, both were equally yummy!!

The Shanty Rose, next to Woods Seafood in Plymouth, fun night with an incredible Blues Band whose members have played with incredible musicians, they play on Thursday nights. Night started at 7pm to a packed restaurant (this place is pretty small), we ordered right away some lobster rolls  instead of the lobster dinner special , food came out quickly and was a very good lobster roll served with just a touch of butter and on a long roll which was great. The lobster roll was one of the better ones we had in our journey, service was a record breaker for being slow, our plates were never removed until we left almost two hours later and we made trips to the bar for cocktails as the waitress never stopped back until we waved her down for the bill, all in all a great night out, even with slow service we were too busy watching the band, having fun in this crowded, loud venue, if you can out up with the craziness it is a great place for blues and lobster rolls, otherwise going during a quieter time

The Shanty Rose Pub

16 Town Wharf
Plymouth, MA
(508) 746-7673

 

 

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Isaac’s Restaurant

For nearly 30 years Isaac’s Restaurant of Plymouth  has been serving the best seafood, steaks, chops, salads and pasta anywhere on the South Shore of Boston. Located on the historic Plymouth waterfront with spectacular views of Plymouth Harbor, the Mayflower and a stones throw from Plymouth Rock.  Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Isaac’s Restaurant

Isaac’s Restaurant is a relaxed and festive atmosphere with a classy yet casual feel. You will be surrounded by huge glass windows, brass and mirrors, and a friendly well trained staff. Our lounge area has the most comfortable stools where you can enjoy a fully stocked bar with all your favorite libations while eating top quality food from our Lunch , Dinner or Function menu.

Isaac’s is a favorite among locals, tourists and neighboring communities. Our central location allows our guests to dine in the heart of area attractions from the Mayflower, Plymouth Rock, Plymouth Plantation, Whale Watching, Fishing and much more.

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Here is the Swampie buzz of the Isaac’s  on the Waterfront  Restaurant  in  Plymouth

My Mother’s 85th birthday lunch at Isaacs in Plymouth was wonderful. We sat on the porch Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront -Isaac’s Restaurantbecause we can be loud and the deck was a bit windy. The hostess was more than glad to rearrange the furniture to accommodate my mother’s wheelchair. The food was served promptly,hot,cooked well and yummy. We have never had a bad meal there and it was great for a wheelchair, nice ramp and an elevator.

 

we took two of my aunts and 1 uncle to Isaacs in Plymouth. The food was very good. Service, very good. Our server had an excellent sense of humor. Food included swordfish, filet minion, a chefs salad, among other things I cant remember for entres’. deserts included grapenut custard pudding and tiramasu. EVERYTHING was great but the filet. It was over cooked on the outside making it tough to cut. Reminded my of beef jerky tough. Flavor was good. It was a little pricey for my wallet, but I would eat there again.

Isaac’s Plymouth service was spot on was there when needed and left you alone when not needed food was great left with full belly

I had a nice lunch here last Saturday, I went with the Waterfront Seafood Medley consisting of schrod (haddock), scallops, and shrimp. Perfect. The baked potato was a bit overcooked and dry, squash pureed which was ok but I prefer mashed or chunked for more texture. They have locally brewed Mayflower pale ale which work well with the meal.

Okay, so I took my kids for baked stuff lobster. They were very busy but no wait, we were 229007_10208779060931182_1383563357227762129_nseated right away and waters with a plate of lemons brought right over. Maureen was are server, so nice! She tool our drink order and went over the specials. She brought our drinks with, fresh out of the oven, dinner rolls and took our order. All 3 of us had the Baked Stuff Lobster, it was so good! What an amazing deal for $19.95!!!
I know there has been mixed reviews but I would highly recommend Isaac’s!

Monday
11:30 – 10:30
Tuesday
11:30 – 10:30
Wednesday
11:30 – 10:30
Thursday
11:30 – 10:30
Friday
11:30 – 10:30
Saturday
11:30 – 10:30
Sunday
11:00 – 10:00

Isaac’s Restaurant 114 Water St. Plymouth, MA 02360 (508)-830-0001

Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront-Tavern on the Wharf

With water views of historic Plymouth Harbor from every seat in the house, Tavern on the Where to Dine on the Plymouth WaterFront-Tavern on the Wharf Wharf has become a favored destination for affordable, family-friendly food and entertainment.  Tavern on the Whaf has also been host to a Swamp Mob Number 5. This traditional tavern caters to everyone offering the freshest (off-the-boat) seafood which comes from from local fisherman docking a few yards from the kitchen door! We also have a menu filled with delicious items such as pizzas, juicy burgers and appetizers featuring in-house sauces and dressings. We also have a full line of award-winning drafts, wine, and a craft cocktail bar with fresh fruits, infusions, and more.

Tavern on the Wharf is open daily for lunch and dinner. We also host brunch every Sunday from 11:30-2:00 in addition to lunch and dinner.
Tavern on the Wharf features a 230-seat dining room, two 25-seat bars, and 80-seat outdoor patio. A private dining room with dedicated bar and access to the patio can be booked for private parties and special events. Please contact us to inquire about hosting your next event!

Make sure you check out the Hockomock Supper Club Swamp Calendar as they host  many  food and wine tastings. 

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Here is the Swampie buzz of the Tavern on the Wharf    Plymouth

Tavern on the Wharf – had dinner there last night. 3 of us sat at the bar we were served by Janelle, she was great and knowledgeable of food and the drinks I overheard her talking to others about (as well as us). 2 of us started with the cream of mushroom soup, this had a nice taste and fresh huge sliced mushrooms. 1 ordered the side Cesaer looked fresh and crispy (person is not much to describe taste, LOL) 1 had the Rib Eye topped with caramelized onions special (great taste and cooked just as asked) 1 had the Mac and Cheese with chicken (*he said he’d order it again) so it must’ve been good. I had the cheeseburger on a brioche roll, little overcooked but I’m not going to send a burger back, came with a big amount of fries, i was pretty full from the soup so i ate the most of the burger minus most of the roll… Yes, it is a great place to eat

We had a group of about 15 classmates who gather monthly for lunch. Swampi Sabrina helped arrange todays lunch at The Tavern on the Wharf in Plymouth. We had a nice quiet room, two very efficient and personable servers. The food was excellent, ample portions and reasonably priced. We couldn’t have asked for a nicer time. Many of us said they would certainly return.

Just had a wonderful anniversary dinner at Tavern on the Wharf! My husband had the steak tips and they were so flavorful. I had the short rib bucatini and the sauce was out of this world! I also really enjoyed the lemon drop martini. We will be back!

This is at Tavern on the Wharf in Plymouth. This is from the new fall menu. Carpaccio and 12180170_10206767165291928_153889386_nliterally the best I’ve ever had. Amazing. Some creative menu options.   this one had a generous sprinkling of fresh herbs. As well as some roasted and sliced something– maybe artichoke. Can’t remember. But it was crunchy and spicy. But that is not how it is usually prepared. That’s why I appreciated this creative twist.

We went to Tavern on the Wharf yesterday for lunch, beautiful day and we sat outside. We both decided to get the Portside Biscay – it was great tasting, the 12106936_10206465833019237_2627477275980005072_nonly thing I was a bit disappointed with was there really wasn’t much for the price of 26 no other sides come with it. I counted 3 lobster claws, 4 shrimp (with shells on tail), 5 scallops, some lump crab (this was hubby’s plate – i think he got more crab than me) 1 potato cut into 1/4’s and croutons that were crunched up over it, with I guess maybe couple of tablespoons of lobster bisque as a sauce. It was good, but for the price I definitely would not get that again, just didn’t seem worth the price for the size.
We are definitely going back, but lesson learned

After a bike ride at Myles Standish State Forest, we went to Tavern on the Wharf, since we missed the last Swamp Mob. The food was great – we both had the Mr. Piggy burgers, which we huge and cooked to order. I had the Parmesan truffle fries – yum!! Rick had the onion rings, also very good. Lucky us, they were trying to finish up their summer beers, so we were able to get $3 drafts! The only problem was with the service. We mentioned to both the hostess and our server that we were Swampies and they were both familiar with the group. Our server, however, took a while to get to our table to take our drink order, she wasn’t unpleasant, but she wasn’t particularly cheerful and welcoming either. She brought out food promptly, but then disappeared and never checked back in with us about our meals. She eventually reappeared, but then disappeared again and it took forever to get our check. Bottom line, food was great, but they’ll need to pay attention to their service.

My husband and I tried Tavern on The Wharf in Plymouth today.We decided to sit at the bar for a drink and late lunch.I liked the look of the restaurant.The bar had a pretty good selection of draft beer ( which we each ordered).Its kind of a mixed review on the food, My husband ordered a classic cheeseburger and upgraded to the truffle fries.He liked the burger, it was a half pound and nicely cooked, both he and I thought the $4 upgrade for the truffle fires was pricey, they seemed like they just had some Parmesan and garlic sprinkled on top.I had the lobster roll, which was just ok for the price, I found lots of little pieces of shell in it and the brioche roll was a little too much bread for the amount of lobster in my opinion.I felt it was a little pricey for the amount of lobster at $22…….. I would try it again but I wouldn’t order the lobster roll again.

TAVERN ON THE WHARF
6 Town Wharf,
Plymouth,MA
508- 927-4961