This is a tough place to get a seat, but well worth it. It's rather small and they don't take reservations, so be prepared to wait for abit. I recommend going at off times, like 2 or 3pm, and asking for a counter seat instead of a table if your one or two people. The food is unmatched. Several kinds of oysters shucked by the fastest shuckers in Boston. The lobster rolls are as good as it gets. Not as big of a fan of the chowda, it's kind of thin, but still tasty. Quaint neighborhood in the North End worth a stroll.
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