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Patch Picks: Best Seafood

After a long day in the sun, nothing is better that a plate full of fresh seafood. Lucky for locals, Plymouth has plenty of restaurant options.

Locals who are feeling adventurous can head to the on Water Street. This location serves raw seafood including oysters, clams and shrimp alongside cold drinks such as wine, margaritas and mojitos. Plymouth residents who prefer their food cooked will also have plenty of options, as the restaurant serves items like clam chowder, hamburgers, seafood stew and fish and chips.

The on Town Wharf is another great options for locals who are craving seafood. This location offers a wide selection, including shrimp, scallops, clams and, of course, lobster. Guests who are not fond of seafood can also indulge in other options, such as chicken fingers, grilled cheese and salads, while enjoying views of the waterfront.

Locals can also get Plymouth Harbor views at on Water Street. At this restaurant, seafood lovers can treat themselves to lobster rolls, baked scrod, grilled salmon and fried scallops. With such a large menu, which also includes pizza, sandwiches and pasta, this location will have something for everyone. On many summer nights, guests can also enjoy the best of local sounds with live entertainment.

Located near Plymouth Harbor on Town Wharf is . This small restaurant is the perfect place for casual dining and ocean views. Here, guests can snack on steamers, clam chowder, fried clams and lobsters. The location also offers many kinds of fresh fish, including cod, haddock, scrod, salmon, swordfish and tuna. Locals who want to use their culinary skills to whip up their own seafood can purchase fresh fish at Wood’s market.

Seafood seekers can find more of a formal setting at on Water Street. At this venue, visitors can find menu items such as sautéed shrimp, clams casino, schrod Normandy, swordfish, scallops and clams. Other foods offered here include chicken marsala, rack of lamb, filet mignon and various types of salads.

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