Planning to visit the small town of Hull in Massachusetts? Then, you shouldn’t miss eating in these top three restaurants. Each of them pride in their own seafood cuisines with ingredients fresh from the Nantasket Beach.
Jake’s Seafood is a shoreline seafood restaurant serving seafood fresh from the boat, breathtaking water views and warm, welcoming family business environment. Since 1949, this has become a favorite place during the evenings of the summer season. It attracts town goers with its vibrant, pleasant local pick diner with a single bar and 2 dining areas. Outside, you can witness the sun extraordinarily setting down and the beautiful view of the bay.
People of all ages, from young men hanging out, with families celebrating, and senior citizens, they gather together in a fairly-sized dining area to enjoy Jake’s Seafood’s lobsters and pasta dishes as soon as you order. And don’t worry about the price, it’s cheap and reasonable, almost anyone can afford. You can even still have a budget for dessert! The dining room is filled with seaside-theme illustrations, antiques and mementos. Since it is a family-owned restaurant, photos of the O’Brien family are also scattered all over the corners of the restaurant. And if you want to feel the sea breeze while eating, there’s also a dining area just outside the restaurant.
Found at the heart of the Nantasket Beach Resort, it will be impossible not to be tempted to try the dishes on the Paragon Grill. With all those town dwellers swarming in the restaurant, it has turned out to be one of the well-sought places near the Nantasket Beach.
Paragon Grill pride its own head cook, Kevin Colby, who has generated a beautifully arranged menu of culinary pleasure, highlighting the fresh seafood selected from the beach of Nantasket itself and meticulously grilled. Aside from the delicious seafood dishes, they also prepare delicious steaks, amazing pasta cuisines, fanciful salads, and a lot more!
Diners will indulge in the restaurant’s calm and easygoing ambience, thanks to the breathtaking sweeping sight of the Nantasket Beach. They also have a patio for customers who want to experience outdoor dining, especially during the summer season.
The Paragon Grill is open from Monday to Friday, 7-11 am and then 5-10 pm. For Saturdays and Sundays, they open from 7 am to 12 noon, and 5 pm to 10 pm. However, from December to February, the grill closes at 9 o’clock in the evening.
So if you’re staying in the Nantasket Beach Resort, make sure to stop by the Paragon Grill.
For more than 20 years, Schooner’s has become one of the top picks for an eating place near the Nantasket Beach. Every day, they make sure that their seafood and meat are delivered fresh to their refrigerators. During the 2013 Nantasket Soup and Chowder Festival, the restaurant became the People’s Pick. Aside from a wide variety of dishes, you can also choose from the several drink options to pair with your meal. There will be a lot of music, dishes clinking and people murmuring inside.
Since it will be crowded, it’s great that you can reserve for your friends or family. Or, you can also have it delivered. Whether you’re hungry for breakfast, lunch or dinner, they’ll have something to serve you.