Marshfield and Boston’s South Shore have tons of great restaurants. Here are some of our favorites.
Breakfast and Lunch:
Arthur & Pat’s
239 Ocean Street
Marshfield, MA 02020
This restaurant is one of the Phantom Gourmet’s Hidden Jewels
Breakfast… Lunch… Brunch… Whatever you want, you must go to Arthur and Pat’s. This Marshfield institution is the ultimate way to start the day, thanks to Artie D’Allessandro, and his sister De. De D’Allessandro – Owner, Arthur & Pat’s: “I’m the queen of breakfast, and my brother’s the king.” But when plates like this are delivered to the table, it’s the customers who feel like royalty, because these dishes are the definition of decadence.
There’s Banana Bread French Toast, with Cinnamon Syrup…
Juicy Steak Tips and Eggs…
A massive platter of Huevos Rancheros topped with tortilla strips …
And ridiculously delicious homefries smothered in homemade cheese sauce.
Lobster lovers have endless options all day long…
Starting with fluffy Lobster Omelets or luxurious Lobster Eggs Benedict in the morning. For lunch… There’s rich Lobster soup… Overstuffed Lobster rolls… Buttery sauteed Lobster… Even golden fried Lobster… This is one over-the-top crustacean situation!
Lunch & Dinner
You are going for the freshest fish around served with a smile. Not a fancy place but the top quality of the comfortable environment while eating the best fish casseroles around. We have tried many and this place is worth sitting on Route 3 just to get the most satisfying dinner. If you want fancy don’t come–more room for us to get in.
NEW YORK – November 8, 2006 – The Retailers Association of Massachusetts today announced its annual RAM Award of Excellence (RAMAES) winners, naming Ember, a contemporary dining restaurant in Marshfield, the top spot for quality dining in the state. The RAMAES Award for Best Restaurant is given to restaurants who continuously provide their customers with exceptional service, products and overall experience.
After opening in 2004, Ember quickly became the hottest place to dine in the South Shore. Owner Charlie Bournazos conceived and constructed the design himself, “We are proud to honor Ember as Massachusetts’s best restaurant. Their delicious food and artistic atmosphere distinguishes them from other contemporary American establishments in the state,” said Jon Hurst, president of the Retailers Association of Massachusetts.
Originally built in 1874, The Fairview ushered in an era of popular Brant Rock Inns attracting South Shore and Boston-area families for long summer respites by the sea and leisurely year-round dining. Yet many flourishing New England inns began to decline in popularity by the 1930’s. Originally built in 1874, The Fairview ushered in an era of popular Brant Rock Inns attracting South Shore and Boston-area families for long summer respites by the sea and leisurely year-round dining. Yet many flourishing New England inns began to decline in popularity by the 1930’s. Now, the tide has turned again with a resurgence of elegant inns dotting the New England coast from Maine to Massachusetts. Lovingly restored to its Victorian past, the Fairview is a prime example of the public’s growing appreciation of the ambiance and service found only at a great inn.