You won't have to wait in line any longer at this palace of seafood—thanks to a remodel there’s even more seating inside and out. Set in an industrial warehouse, the space features a nautical theme—painted buoys hang on the walls and seawater tanks are filled with crustaceans. Expect nothing less than a fresh meal in this buzzing eatery, which is both a fish market—selling oysters on the half shelf—and restaurant.
Kick things off with the creamy lobster-corn chowder. (For dedicated fans, frozen to-go quarts are offered.) Then go for broke with the lobster roll served three ways: dressed with mayo; naked (with drawn butter); and seasonal (avocado and bacon). But, it's the lobster plate that steals it away, starting at one and going up to four pounds.