Wolf trap Some of the best lobster rolls in the area. Also the location a few blocks off Main Street makes it less crowded. A favorite go-to place when at the lake.
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We dined at Wolfe Trap for lunch on a beautiful July day. Our waitress Delaney recommended the summer salad, made with fresh greens, strawberries, grapefruit segments, blueberries, orange segments, goat cheese, & pecans withe 3 grilled shrimp and a balsamic reduction with a raspberry vinaigrette...More
Visited with my family over 4th of July weekend and showed up for dinner at 5:30 pm with a party of 6 and even though there were tables open we had to wait for 45 minutes because of "the kitchen". Not enough help or couldn't...More
So happy to have finally tried this place! It's right up our alley... casual friendly atmosphere. Friendly service. Clam chowder was scrumptious. Crab cakes very good. Fisherman's platter was pure perfection. Enjoyed the Trap Martini too! The place has that casual outdoor beachy vibe that...More
We were looking for a restaurant off the beaten path and found this one while driving around the town, away from the main streets. Had sort of a lobster shack appearance, and was on water, so it already had much going for it, even before...More
Great waterside seating, great fresh seafood, great price and great service what more is there to say, other than the Town Trolley Service picks up and drops off right at the door of the place too if you decide to use it.
Great restaurant will beautiful views. We sat outside overlooking the water. For starter we had the homemade Onion Rings.............amazing some of the best ever. The seasonal Summer Salad will grilled shrimp was great. For the main course we had the Swordfish tacos which were excellent....More
I realize that "fresh" status can vary from day to day and from one place to another. But the day we visited for lunch the clams and the haddock were fresh and delicious. The batter light and the fries shoestring style and crispy. The waiter...More