Captain Scott knows where to get his seafood!! It was spectacular. Cool evening warmed up with lobster bisque.
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Captain Scott's Lobster Dock is a good place to go for a meal. Either sea food or land lubbers (hamburgers, hot dogs etc.). All of which is very good. My wife and I have only been there around noontime so I do not know how...More
Outside dining, overlooking the marina, while watching trains roll by, is an experience that everyone should have. The seafood is always fresh & delectable. I have yet to find a grain of sand in the steamers or the whole bellied clams. A creature of habit,...More
After reading pretty good reviews we decided to drive over an hour to try the New England Clam Chowder and clam fritters. Chowder had few, if any clams, but plenty of potatoes. Was very thin as well. Clam fritters were all dough and very few...More
Ate here twice during a recent visit to friends in the area. First had fried (whole belly) clams - very large clams, generous portion, almost too much to eat, delicious! Second time has a cold lobster roll. Again, generous portion, lots of lobster meat, loved...More
We really liked the food and the views. We were able to bring our own liquor. The crowd was very friendly. Service was good and very accommodating. The food is a little pricey, but most good seafood is.. .
They do have hot or cold styles. We had cold (Maine) style. Decent amount of lobstah but just unexciting to us overall. Overly doughy clam fritters. GREAT fries, with sriracha ketchup the highlight of the meals. Window ordering, outdoor seating. No liquor license
Went to Captain Scott's recently late on a Monday afternoon, and it was quiet and the service fast! Judging from other reviews, this can be a madhouse on weekends, so i suggest going during the week - and the chow is worth it. Fried seafood...More