When my DH and I were in Boston a few years ago we drove up to Salem with a couple of friends. We were starving by the time we got there and I insisted on eating someplace near the water. Because of this we drove straight through town, (checked it out after lunch), past the museums, graveyard, etc. We may have been out of Salem when we hit the water, a large bay area, and the road turned to the left. Right where the road turned there was a white clapboard bar/restaurant at the water's edge. We walked up a short flight of stairs to the bar and the restaurant was downstairs nearer the water. The bar was very small but we were in a hurry so we sat there. Well.............that was where I had my first and only lobster roll and I 'bout fell off that barstool 'cause it was so darn good. And the clam chowder was to die for, too. I still dream about that place. *sigh* Well, a girlfriend of mine is heading out your way in a couple of weeks and I'd love to turn her on to this place. Does anyone have any clue about which place this might be? I also remember that we parked on the street up the hill a bit and there was a small parking lot across the street. Any other suggestions for lobster rolls if you don't know which place I'm referring to? (I'm talking straight up with a little mayo.) Sorry for the long post and thanks in advance for any info.