It's a long but beautiful haul to this East End restaurant. The structure essentially is a shack at the end of a pier. The view and the vibe are terrific. We went a couple of times and, with one exception, couldn't pass up the great deal on fresh lobsters. The exception was a tasty seafood stew. Make the effort to get there. You won't regret it.
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