Five of us from Chicago, Connecticut, and Boston stopped here Monday night after a wake and were immediately impressed with the friendly owner, the cleanliness of the restaurant (which is a fish market too), and the competitive lobster prices. It's a small place with only about 8 tables inside, but we opted for one of the large picnic tables outside. It's BYOB, so the owner told us where to get beer and wine (across the street) and provided the wine opener. We started with fried zucchini, fried mushrooms, and scallops wrapped in bacon -- the zucchini was the best by far -- and then moved on to the delicious main meal: whole fried clams, fried scallops, and fried onion rings. Unlike the nasty cornmeal-coated food found in southern New England, this was the real deal with a light and tasty batter. YUM! Then three in our group topped off the evening with twin boiled lobsters apiece ($29 for two compared to $24 for one elsewhere). The restaurant closes at 8pm but the owner told us to stay and eat, drink, and relax as long as we wanted. The wine and food came to $40 per person. I'd definitely go back but next time I'll skip the appetizers and double up on the onion rings!