My dad wanted to go to Sam the Clam. We had never been but everyone told us it was good so we said yes. I will admit, I cannot get past the layers of gunk and grime on the table. It was a turn off...More
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Voices definitely carry for a very small space, 10 people will sound as though 50 or diners. I ordered the spicy fried shrimp, which you could taste a Cajun type seasonings but it wasn't spicy at all even though I ordered the shrimp to be...More
Didn't really enjoy our meals here on a Friday night. Tried the fish and chips and also a burger. Nothing was very tasty and really can't say we enjoyed our meal.
Grew up in CT and know what good seafood tastes like. I've also been all over New England and many tropical places and I know what GOOD, fresh fish tastes like. Sam the Clams is a dive bar and the atmosphere is casual and laid...More
Stopped here with my son after visiting micro-breweries in the area. Started with steamers. Whole belly clams lived up to their stellar reviews. My son couldn't finish all of the fish & chips. Good beer selection. Nice bar. Great atmosphere. We'll be back.
good food ,and always a bit eccentric .The staff is great ,and the fish is always good.Not a big fan of whole belly clams ,despite growing up on the cape ,but for fried food you cant get better in the area.