Four of us stopped here for lunch and all made the same choice: lobster rolls! If you’re willing to splurge (“market price” is the rule), you won’t be disappointed. The toasted, buttered rolls were stuffed with big chunks of lobster meat, and the accompaniment was a heaping pile of excellent shoestring fries. We also shared a plate of spicy Vidalia onion rings—best I’ve had in many years! But this quality comes at a price (even though the decor is not at all upscale). Our bill for four was $139, not including tip. The menu has lots of other choices, so you're not obliged to empty your wallet. But if you really, really have a yearning for a lobster roll, this is a great choice.
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