Where to eat dinner in Plymouth, MA?
September 19, 2008 8:24 AM   Subscribe

Will be on business in Plymouth, MA next week. Where to eat dinner? Anywhere with an ocean view?
posted by SallyHitMeOntheHead to Food & Drink (5 answers total)
There are many restaurants on Water Street/Town Wharf -- all with water views. Just a few:
Blue Eyed Crab


Crow's Nest

East Bay Grille

The Weathervane

Wood's Seafood.
My favorite is Wood's.
posted by ericb at 8:47 AM on September 19, 2008

Yeah, I like Wood's too on the town wharf. And it's locally owned too. I stay away from East Bay Grille because the acoustics in there drive me bananas, but the food and the view are great.

I always direct people to go in the other direction (south) on Water Street, bear left right in front of the best breakfast place in town (I forget the name) and in about half a block, past the maritime supply place, enter left into Marina (where all the boats are). There is a restaurant in there, and the view in unbelievable. Go just before sundown and watch the sun set over the Mayflower II. And the food is good too. OMG, save room for dessert.
posted by Yimji at 9:11 AM on September 19, 2008

I recently went to the Blue Eyed Crab, it has waterviews if you sit outside in the right area but it is not on the beach. I liked it very much, I had the code and their Ceasar (an actual ceasar salad), both of which were great. My companion had one of their drinks which apparently were very good. It is an informal place however.
posted by Carialle at 9:26 AM on September 19, 2008

I like East Bay Grille.

If you don't mind the casual decor, the Lobster Hut has the best fried seafood on the planet. Absolutely nothing compares. Also on the water, and near the jetty that you can walk out on, pretty neat.
posted by Melismata at 6:51 PM on September 19, 2008

Thirding East Bay Grille. Ate there twice on our last vacation there.
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