Seafood Dishes That Will Make You Salivate

New England is well known for its seafood. If you want a taste of the sea, check out these dishes to satisfy your cravings.

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The grilled swordfish from Bay Point Waterfront Restaurant in Quincy, Mass.
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The calamari from Bella Luna in Jamaica Plain, Mass.
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The lobster bisque from Captain Carlo's in Gloucester, Mass.
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The shrimp dumplings from Dumpling Daughter in Weston, Mass.
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The sushi from Genki Ya in Brookline, Mass.
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The calamari from Greek Corner in Cambridge, Mass.
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The twin boiled lobsters from Haddad's Ocean Cafe in Marshfield, Mass.
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The baked crab dip from Inn at Bay Pointe in Quincy Mass.
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The bacon-wrapped scallops from Kelly Square Pub in Worcester, Mass.
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The Mussels from The Lobster Shanty in Salem, Mass.
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The mussels from Louis in Quincy, Mass.
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The swordfish pastrami reuben from Mac's in Provincetown, Mass.
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The fish and chips from Napper Tandy's in Roslindale, Mass.
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The catfish bites from Northampton Brewery in Northampton, Mass.
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The lobster from Ogunquit Lobster Pound in Ogunquit, Maine.
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The fried scallops from Pearl in Wellfeet, Mass.
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The fish and chips from The Snug in Hingham, Mass.
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The sushi from 3 Country Bistro in Woburn, Mass.
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The fried clams from Tony's Clam Shop in Quincy, Mass.
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The warm lobster roll from Arnold's in Eastham, Mass.
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The seafood fra diavolo from Massimo's Ristorante in Wakefield, Mass.
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The lobster roll from Tony's Clam Shop in Quincy, Mass.
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