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Lou's Fish Shack
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Lonely Planet review
A flashback to the 1960s, with waiters in white dinner jackets, pine-paneled walls decorated with signed photographs of forgotten celebrities, and plate-glass windows overlooking the docks – Scoma's is the Wharf's long-standing top choice for seafood. Little changes except prices. Expect classics like cioppino and lobster Thermidor – never groundbreaking, always good – that taste better when someone else buys.
The restaurant accepts limited reservations but always accommodates walk-ins and has a retro-cool cocktail lounge where you can wait for your table.