Lobster roll nirvana! Meat from a one-pound lobster is picked from the shell in immense pieces (no shreds here), loaded into a locally baked roll, then drizzled with melted butter (or, if you wish, dolloped with mayonnaise). It is not a huge sandwich, dimensionally speaking, but its flavor is immeasurable.
From a full menu of fried seafood (as well as hot dogs and hamburgers), fried clams are the stand-out: whole belly critters that perfectly balance crunch and goo. Whole lobster dinners are available from the seafood market next door.
It is up to the customer to find a place to eat food once it is retrieved from the window of the shack. Many people just loiter on the sidewalk and eat standing up. Also, there are a couple of benches in back with a lovely view of the water. They are conveniently located in a shady area, but put you in harm’s way of the gull pirates who would swoop down and steal a clam or even a chunk of lobster out of the roll if you leave it unguarded.