If you are craving seafood, head to the Maine Fish Market Restaurant in Warehouse Point. Their generous portions of fresh seafood, whether you enjoy lobster, shrimp, salmon or crabs legs, are served along with hearty sides.
Now run by brothers Nick and John Vamvilis, the Vamvilis family began a fish market in 1980, with retail sales of fresh seafood and take-out fish and chips.
There is still a retail counter, which offers live lobsters, shucked oysters, Alaskan King crab legs, shrimp, steamers, a variety of fish and more. The restaurant also is available for banquets, serving 30-90 people.
The restaurant, which has been run by the brothers in its current location since 1986, is open daily for lunch and dinner. The large menu includes seafood dinners baked, broiled or fried, a variety of appetizers and desserts. There are separate take-out and fresh seafood menus.
Dinner specials range from $18.99 for salmon cubes to $44.99 for twin stuffed lobsters, depending on market price. Favorites on the dinner menu include whole belly clams, deep fried; the fried seafood platter, with fried shrimp, whole belly clams, pollock, sea scallops and seafood langostino salad; and baked stuffed filet of sole. Dinners come with bread, and a choice of two sides.
For a full menu and daily specials go to www.mainefishmarket.com/pages/mf.dinner.html
60 Bridge St., Warehouse Point, East Windsor, CT (860) 623-2281