Bostwick's Chowder House
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The most consistent, the most centrally located, and the most accessible, Bostwick’s lobster roll is the most utilitarian of the group. The consummate crowd pleaser. The lobster salad is finely chopped, with just the right amount of mayo and celery, and served on a traditional toasted dog bun. Money.
It’s not our favorite restaurant out East, but it’s the one that we wind up going to the most. Bostwick’s is the perfect spot to visit when you can’t decide where else to go, or just don’t have the energy to cook yourself. It’s quick, it’s casual, and the food is pretty good. You can eat outside on their patio (right on Route 27, which isn’t exactly ideal), or take it to go. The menu is seafood heavy, but there’s something fried, grilled, or on a bun for everyone. Their lobster roll is also solid, and we’re all about their massive baked clams.