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Good Beach Food in New England?

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What are some good spots for beach food in New England? I'm thinking of takeout places or quick-food restaurants that beachgoers like to go to. A few that come to mind are Lime Rickey's in Marblehead, MA, Little Jack's in Hampton Beach, NH, and Aunt Carrie's in Narragansett, RI. What are some others? [Go here to post a reply.]
(Posted on 7/17/09 by hiddenboston)


FB wrote:
A few classics here on Cape Cod:
The Wellfleet Beachcomber
Liam's at Nauset Beach (Orleans)
Woody's Lobster Pool (Eastham)
PJ's (Wellfleet)
The first two are right on the beach, the last two are more classic roadside clamshack-type, both located on Route 6 near turnoffs to ocean beaches.
(Posted on 7/17/09)

Matt wrote:
Some favorites from all over:
Kate's in Brewster.
Surfside in York, ME.
(Posted on 4/7/10)

JB wrote:
Kens Place, Scarborough Maine.
(Posted on 4/7/10)

Solar257 wrote:
Can't forget Kelly's on Revere Beach. Or the Red Rock Bistro in Swampscott, just next to Lynn Beach.
(Posted on 6/25/10)

mandylifeboats wrote:
LimeRickey's on Devereux Beach in Marblehead. LOVE IT On hot evenings, find a place in the sand, order your food, wait for your number to be called and enjoy all they have to offer while listening to the live band and watchin the wee ones shake their booty.
(Posted on 6/25/10)

teeeeen29 wrote:
Seabrook: Browns.
The battle between two seafood joints directly across the street from each other. Be sure to beat the crowds as long lines form at both Browns and Marky's on hot beach days. BYOB at Browns.
(Posted on 6/25/10)


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