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Lobster Trap

Lobster Trap's grilled version of the namesake crustacean approaches perfection on a menu that includes the usual seafood suspects. The chef pulls the spiny critters straight from the sea out of a dockside snare....

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Wonky Dog

The Wonky Dog is a class act, with candlelit tables on the sand, bartenders who know how to mix, and a beyond-the-norm menu that ranges from Thai red-curry mussels to tuna poke to all sorts of lobster...

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Cow Wreck Beach Bar

This festive, open-air bar-restaurant features lobster and barbecue ribs, but most folks come to drink the day away at a picnic table in the sand or a bench along the beach. Owner Bell's hospitality (and her...

Caribbean in West End

Potter’s by the Sea

Potter’s is the first place you stumble into when leaving the ferry dock. Potter lived in Queens, New York, and worked in the restaurant biz there for years, so he knows how to make customers feel at home while...

Bakery in West End

Pam’s Kitchen

Pam cranks out loaves of fresh bread, cinnamon rolls, brownies and other baked goods. This is a terrific breakfast stop for egg-stuffed sandwiches or Baileys-infused French toast, or for lunchtime treats such as...

Caribbean in West End

Sid's Pomato Point

The island's most popular bartender (the eponymous Sid) finally has his own place at isolated Pomato Point, where the sunsets are epic. Gather around the curvaceous mahogany bar, or sit at one of the breezy...