Shaw’s Crab House
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Lonely Planet review
Shaw’s beautiful old dining room and adjoining lounge have an elegant, historic feel, complemented by dark woods and sea-worn nautical decor. The efficient servers can tell you what menu selections are freshest, as well as provide a sustainable seafood menu. A crab cake appetizer and key lime pie dessert make faultless bookends to any meal.