It wasnt hard to find the place. You walk along the water front on Northern Avenue until you reach almost a dead end. You'll see the sign long before you get there, and when you do, you are greeted by a huge lobster at the store front.
Its served with a coleslaw and a side of fries, nothing fancy and there's no need to be. Simplicity is really the only way to treat fresh seafood and these people know their seafood. I don't have a list of spetacular vocabulary to describe it, but just know that it's lobster at it's purest and best. The sandwich was well worth my 20 bucks.
As for the clam chowder, it's a nice addition to the seafood feast. I wouldn't say it was loaded with clams but it was definitely loaded with flavour. It was thick and creamy...probably the heavy usage of a rue (butter and flour as a thickening agent)... and totally worth all those calories. I have attempted this after the fact, but never came close. I could say a ton of rue was used and still no similar effect. The thought of adding more is scary and I quickly abandoned the idea. So folks, if you are ever in Boston, make sure you try their seafood while you have the chance!