Lola's Seafood Eatery in PBG and Stuart
Casual seafood and reasonably priced with no table service is what this place is all about. They get all of their seafood fresh from Mass. I believe and feature a lot of the New England fried seafood served in paper cones. Clams, clam bellies, oysters, shrimp, scallops, and conch are on the fried menu.
But they have quite a few options aside from the fried menu. There is a 3 course chef's menu that is usually $17 with a choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert. I have seen a lot of seafood and pasta options, paella, and fresh grilled fish. They also have a good blackened fish sandwich $12.50, fish tacos $10, shrimp tacos $11, pasta bowls, a chicken parmesan, and a hamburger.
You can opt for their Lola side salad (.baby greens tossed in orange basilc vinaigrette, tomato corn salsa, italian tomatoes, dried cranberries, crispy noodles, feta cheese. ) that is recommended instead of fries and cole slaw.
I have eaten here at least 10 times and the blackened grouper sandwich with salad is really good among many other items.
Sounds like Lola's may have some competition coming soon - always a good thing!
"Chowder Heads will open a seafood cafe serving authentic Northeastern seafood in Jupiter’s Driftwood Plaza this coming fall.
Owner Ed Wells, who has been behind the company for three years selling New England style clam chowder, lobster bisque and lobster rolls at area greenmarketss and festivals, said he’s partnered with fellow Nor’easterner Harry Conheeny in the venture."
Thanks for the recommendation. Went for lunch at PBG. The Conch Chowder was as good as anything I ever had in The Bahamas (and I lived there for 15 years). The fried grouper sandwich and lobster roll were both excellent served with a super salad. Also had very delicious bengnets (order after you complete your meal). Very good rec.