The first night we went to the Anchor Inn, it was very crowded. Once we tasted the food, we could understand why. The seafood is classically prepared and done just right. I had a seafood platter with just about everything you could dream of on the large fish shaped plate - lobster, scallops, shrimp, mussels, halibut and swordfish.
The next day we came back for lunch. We ate on the porch, but it was probably too chilly for most people (October). The corn chowder and clam chowders were savory sweet and delicious.
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