Restaurants in Northeast Massachusetts

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Find no-fuss seafood with marina views at Pickering Wharf. At this dockside grill, the New England clam chowder is made with applewood-smoked bacon. Read More

This spot is indeed shaped like a cardboard clam box—try the creamy, delicious clam chowder. Read More

A 70-year-old landmark on the North Shore's "Clam Alley," serving excellent deep-fried bellies beside a tranquil salt marsh. Read More

At the laid-back tavern, locals gather to dine on fresh seafood dishes such as lobster mac and cheese. Read More

The town of Essex on the West Side of Cape Ann is famous for fried whole-belly clams. Shabby-chic Woodman’s claims to have invented the treat in... Read More

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