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bostboater Jun 30, 2010 10:28 AM

I'm looking for recommedations for lobster dinner pref Baked stuffed or clam bake style ,for a birthday dinner , With an Ocean view.It can be casual .And we can travel within reason .Anyone been to the resteraunt in Revere or Lynn on the causeway of rt1A ,Think its called the Wharf.It might be associated with Mt.Vernon in sommerville . Thanks in advance for your responses

  1. L2k Jun 30, 2010 11:26 AM

    Belle Isle Seafood (on the bridge between East Boston and Winthrop) has a Boston Harbor/Logan Airport view. No atmosphere, but some of the best lobster around

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    Belle Isle Seafood
    1267 Saratoga St, Boston, MA 02128

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      Science Chick Jun 30, 2010 11:56 AM

      Belle Isle has lobster, but it is a market with a few stools against the wall. I'd hardly even call it a casual restaurant as much as a take out joint. No great view of the ocean, but you can see a little water on the bridge.

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      Pegmeister Jun 30, 2010 12:10 PM

      If you don't mind traveling to Quincy, you can have a lobster, steamed or baked stuffed at the Inn at Bay Point. Great water views, and they have an outdoor deck if you prefer to each outside. Also, they do a wonderful job with fried clams.

      1. StriperGuy Jun 30, 2010 01:00 PM

        Don't all lobsters have an Ocean view ;-) ?

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          Science Chick Jun 30, 2010 01:19 PM

          Not once they hit that pot!

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            StriperGuy Jun 30, 2010 01:27 PM

            True, true...

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              9lives Jun 30, 2010 04:46 PM

              I just caught a 2# +...no ocean view for him now...:)

              Joe's on the waterfront or Chart House will cook it how ever you want

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          Northshoregirl Jun 30, 2010 01:33 PM

          It's a bit of a drive, but how about the butter poached lobster tail at Latitude 43 in Gloucester? It's on the harbor. Another thought is lobster basilico at The Landing in Marblehead, also on the harbor. The Rudder on Rocky Neck (Gloucester) has seafood galore and is on the water, but they don't appear to have an out-of-the-shell option.

          http://www.northshoredish.com

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            phatchris Jun 30, 2010 02:11 PM

            Rowes Wharf Sea Grille at the BHH.

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            Rowes Wharf Sea Grille
            70 Rowes Wharf, Boston, MA 02110

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              y2000k Jun 30, 2010 03:52 PM

              I've never done this myself, but I've always been intrigued by the Spectacle Island Sunset cruise + clambake. Can't vouch for the food, but it fits your requirements. http://www.islandalliance.org/spectac...

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                southie_chick Jun 30, 2010 05:02 PM

                It's a little bit of a drive, but I think the best view of the ocean while eating lobster is at the Rockport Lobster Pool. It's "old school' - you eat at picnic tables - & mostly boiled lobster, but the view can't be beat - especially at sunset.

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                Lobster Pool
                329 Granite St, Rockport, MA 01966

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                itryalot Jul 1, 2010 06:34 AM

                How far of a drive from Boston are all these places? I assume a car would be in order.

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                  bostboater Jul 1, 2010 10:36 AM

                  Thanks Hounds ,We are going to try The Inn @Bay Pointe .I'll report back .Def will try the spectacle cruise soon .S G try the Hogy double wide 14" lure in bone or blk pearl, the stripers have been hammering them .3 fat keepers so far.and dozens of just under legal limit

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                    StriperGuy Jul 1, 2010 10:51 AM

                    Nice. I usually just use herring for bait, never fails...

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                      Taralli Jul 1, 2010 11:43 AM

                      2 lbdrs baked, boiled or stuffed for $29.95, not bad.

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