The all-seafood menu changes seasonally and is anything but fancy, featuring classics like fried oysters, New England clam chowder and a very popular lobster roll. Steer clear of over ordering, or else you’ll find yourself with a hefty bill. The cute little neighborhood gem features nothing more than a marble counter and a few small tables, making the food the main focus of its operations. The small plates could easily act as entrées, and the lobster roll can easily feed two. For dessert, don’t miss out on the blueberry crumble pie with vanilla ice cream. There restaurant does not take reservations, so prepare to endure a 45-minute wait.