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Looking for a nice lunch in Plymouth tomorrow. Any suggestions?

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  1. Run of the Mill Tavern is a nice spot especially if the weather ever improves. I like to sit outside by the grist mill. They do especially well with scallops. Last summer they had a special of grilled scallops on top of a southwestern style rice with corn that was delicious. Crabby Shack has great fried clams but the service is horrendous. You may find it helpful to post on the New England site though.

    1. The East Bay Grille is always a solid bet. The food and service are consistently good and it looks like you may even get a little sun to make it a nice day to be down by the waterfront.

      FYI, if they have the scallop and bacon pizza on special give it a try. The last time I was in I had it and I am still thinking about it now! :)

      1. Thanks for the suggestions! I ended up at 4Union on the harbor. It was ok but would have been even better if the sun was shining.

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        1. re: Capebeach

          Do you mean 14Union? If so, I'm glad to hear that it was ok-- my boyfriend and I had a terrible meal there a while back. 2006 maybe? It was downright horrible. Thankfully you escaped that fate! I hope they've improved but I'm too scarred to ever go back.

          1. re: globalgourmand

            I have never been wowed by the food at The Deck/14 Union. It is serviceable but I always felt they were definitely a peg or two down from others in that same area.

        2. For the traditional clam shack lunch, The Lobster Hut is great, clean oil, but my favorite is surprisingly great NY style pizza from Mama Mias. Home made dough, sauce, great cheese, as far as I am concerned, one of the finest pies in all of Massachusetts. They also server home made pastas, veal and all with a view looking right at the Mayflower

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          1. re: newton34

            I like MamaMias too.

            I was recently surprised by a lunch out at Martha's Stone Soup way back in the "boonies" of Plymouth in "The Pinehills." I definitely recommend that to local residents. Its not on the waterfront but its really only about a 15 minutes drive from there and the food is sincere and thoughtful. Theres a focus on local and organic ingredients. I'll be back.

            1. re: globalgourmand

              link to Stone Soup

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              Martha's Stone Soup - CLOSED
              517 Old Sandwich Rd, Plymouth, MA 02360