What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Aunt Carries in Rhode Island.  Everything is fresh and delicious.
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Woodman's Essex, MA.  Best Fried Scallops and Chowdah..
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Clambox in Ipswich

     
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    By far the best fried clams in New England (and i've tasted alot) is Larry's Clam Bar in Plaistow, NH!
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Best fried clams on the North Shore (Why go anywhere else?)
    1) The Clam Box in Ipswich
    2) Essex County Seafood in Essex
    3) Village Restaurant in Essex
    4) Farnham's in Essex
    5) Woodman's (distant 5, sorry)
     
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    The Clam Shack on Falmouth harbor.  Great clams and scallops plus you can eat them on the roof with a view of the harbor and the Vinyard.
     
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    Harry's in Westborough - great fried clams.  Claim to Fame?  The Stones ate there when they were praticing in the Brookfields and appearing in a small club in Worcester.
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Easily Clambox in Ipswich. Pretty much considered the best on the north shore....Drive by it everyday and there is a line of at least 50 people, and up to 80 on hot summer nights. Most of them are people from other parts of the country
     
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    Woodman's  on the North  Shore is by far the best.  Depending on when  you  decide to  go  and indulge in the fried clams the line can be down the  street  but the wait is worth for the most sweetest clams  you will ever eat.  My husband and  I  will be going there to celebrate our 35th wedding  anniversary on  June 29th ( anniversary is the 30th).  We have been going there since  the  1970's...Yum Yum Yum.  They also  have great cole slaw....
     
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    A find - Ronnie's in Auburn.
     
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    Clam Chowder should be white!
     
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    What about J.T. Farnham's ?   Not #1 but very good, and their onion rings are excellent.

    Last year we waited in line for a half hour or so at the Clam Box, only to get to the window and be told there would be another 25 minute wait while they changed the oil. 

     
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    [Quote]Woodman's Essex, MA.  Best Fried Scallops and Chowdah..[/Quote]
    jeffw1 must be a member of the Woodman family no way go to Farnhams in Essex, better value,
     
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    Ipswich Clambake seafood, better than the clambox (no lines and they don't mess up the orders and the seafood is excellent)
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

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    Clambox in Ipswich

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    The Clambox is the best!  If you love clams you must go to the Clambox they have the best clams.  Expect to wait in line awhile, and the seating isn't that great, but it is well worth it.  Better than Woodman's.
     
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    Best clamcakes in the Northeast (therefore the world) can be had at Ken's Place in Scarbourough, Maine.  Get a dozen.  Party time!
     
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    The Red Wing across the street from Foxboro stadium.
     
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    Menemsha Bite in Menemsha.  Beats all of the above I've been too.
     
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    I'm from New Jersey, so my experience is limited, but my parents are from NH so I have a hardwired love of fried clams and a glass of Moxie! Everytime we come up we go to Tinkers or GoldenRods (where my parents had their first date in 1959!) in Manchester, NH. They're better than any fried clams I've ever had in Boston, but I'm going to have to try some of these places!
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    The real Barnacle Billy's in Ogunquit, ME. Aunt Carries is amazing. Flo's in Middletown, RI is also very good. Best stuffies all time. Red's Eats Wiscassette, ME.

     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    McCrays II  in Tiverton, RI. The best kept secret in New England. The first McCrays Clam Shack closed in the 80's I think. It was across the street from Lincoln Park in Dartmouth and nobody I know can understand why it closed...it always seemed to be packed. It dissappeared for about 20 years and from what I understand a former worker has the famous recipe and opened up McCrays II a few years ago in Tiverton.  It's a hole in the wall kind of dumpy looking plaza but the clams are great.

     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    McCrays II  in Tiverton, RI. The best kept secret in New England. The first McCrays Clam Shack closed in the 80's I think. It was across the street from Lincoln Park in Dartmouth and nobody I know can understand why it closed...it always seemed to be packed. It dissappeared for about 20 years and from what I understand a former worker has the famous recipe and opened up McCrays II a few years ago in Tiverton.  It's a hole in the wall kind of dumpy looking plaza but the clams are great.

     
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    [Quote]Clam Chowder should be white![/Quote]

    Well...yeah...but at Saratoga Park (horse racing track) in Saratoga Springs, NY, you can get a superior tomato-based clam chowder. It is peppery and more thick than thin. It's so good that even if you're losing, you'll feel better.
     
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    I moved to NC 2 years ago and I am now DYING for some fried clams after reading this!  Can't get any down here at all - ordered lobsters and steamers from Maine for father's day though - shipping today and will be here tomorrow!
     
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    What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    [Quote]I moved to NC 2 years ago and I am now DYING for some fried clams after reading this!  Can't get any down here at all - ordered lobsters and steamers from Maine for father's day though - shipping today and will be here tomorrow![/Quote]I moved to Tennessee two years ago and I AIN,T ever even seen a clam!!!!! I just hope I can get back to the Clam  Box before I die, I am pushing 70 so time is groing short and they are to die for!!!!! Please don't take me now LORD!!!!!!!
     

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