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Blue-eyed Crab Grille & Raw Bar

  • $$
  • Seafood

Grab a seat on the outside deck overlooking the water at this friendly, somewhat funky (plastic fish dangling from the ceiling), fresh-fish...

Brackett's Ocean View

  • $$
  • Seafood

A big bay window in this quiet, homey restaurant provides an excellent view across Sandy Bay. The menu includes chowders, fish cakes,...

Brine

  • $$$$
  • Seafood

This chic oyster bar and chop house serves up the freshest crudos, shellfish, and seafood alongside prime steaks and chops. Belly up...

Clam Box

  • $$
  • Seafood

Shaped like a giant fried-clam box, this small roadside stand is the best place to sample Ipswich's famous bivalves. Since 1935 locals...

Finz Seafood & Grill

  • $$
  • Seafood

This contemporary seafood restaurant on Pickering Wharf treats patrons to prime canal views. Seafood potpie and lobster rolls highlight...

The Landing

  • $
  • Seafood

Decorated in nautical blues and whites, this pleasant restaurant sits right on Marblehead harbor, with a deck that's nearly in the water.

Woodman's of Essex

  • $$
  • Seafood

According to local legend, this is where Lawrence "Chubby" Woodman invented the first fried clam back in 1916. Today this sprawling wooden...

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