Casual seafood and reasonably priced with no table service is what this place is all about. They get all of their seafood fresh from Mass. I believe and feature a lot of the New England fried seafood served in paper cones. Clams, clam bellies, oysters, shrimp, scallops, and conch are on the fried menu.
But they have quite a few options aside from the fried menu. There is a 3 course chef's menu that is usually $17 with a choice of soup or salad, entree, and dessert. I have seen a lot of seafood and pasta options, paella, and fresh grilled fish. They also have a good blackened fish sandwich $12.50, fish tacos $10, shrimp tacos $11, pasta bowls, a chicken parmesan, and a hamburger.
You can opt for their Lola side salad (.baby greens tossed in orange basilc vinaigrette, tomato corn salsa, italian tomatoes, dried cranberries, crispy noodles, feta cheese. ) that is recommended instead of fries and cole slaw.
I have eaten here at least 10 times and the blackened grouper sandwich with salad is really good among many other items.