Great place to bring the family for lobsters! Sit at picnic tables- some under a canopy roof- where the kids can see the ducks in the water and the seagulls wheeling in the air Lovely outdoor dining in the fresh air in a quiet cove...More
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Captain Scott's is worth the drive from the upper part of the state. My favorite is the buttery lobster roll, which comes with a generous amount of lobster compared to a lot of other seafood restaurants in the area. The onion rings are good but...More
Had the"bread bow" of lobster bisque that was "to die for"! However, all of their seafood choices are "yummy"!
we ate at Capt Scotts the day after thanksgiving for lunch. the food was out of this world good. Hot lobster roll, shrimp po boy, shrimp plate, even the chicken fingers were delicious. we really enjoy eating here when we come to town.
We chose this café to experience a bit of New England cuisine, and because it was about halfway between New York City and Boston on a recent road trip. We ate our lobster rolls outdoors on the picnic tables on a sparkling autumn day. The...More
Came here recently for dinner and really enjoyed it. I started with a lobster bisque which was delicious. I then had the sea scallops, and they were equally nice. The staff (at the window) was very nice and the prices were in line with expectations....More
Expected a lot from the reviews. You have to order yourself and we waited a really long time to get the food. By the time we got the food it was lukewarm. The fried clams were good but not hot. The lobster was tough and...More