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Headquarters of a small chain of classic fish houses known for chowder & crab cakes.- Google
People talk about clam chowder, fish and chips, the cajun, garlic bread and large shrimp
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reviewed a month ago
used to go all the time when we lived on the coast and when we came back for a visit they were on our must do list ... but the clam chowder was warm milk with a few cubes of potato and one tiny piece of clam. The oyster burger was small oysters with lots of breading, and no tartar sauce, which I had to request. Facebooked our trip to friends and when we said we were there, immediately got answers from locals telling us to leave. Now we know why.
reviewed 8 months ago
In a town full of vaguely generic food institutions, Doogers manages to slightly rise above the rest. The food is the same as any other place, but the decor and service are above average for the area. It's not fine dining, but it's good enough and the seafood is fresh.
reviewed 2 months ago
Friendly attentive staff, great fish and chips, not greasy and cooked to perfection. Love the shrimp salad before dinner.
William Van Winkle
reviewed a year ago
Without question, one of the blandest meals I've ever had. The $22 filet mignon tasted like...plain steak. The Cosmopolitan and Long Island were strong, but it was just booze, not enjoyable cocktails. Even the shrimp in the salad tasted old. The service was pleasant, but I left feeling like I'd been to the Denny's of surf and turf. Not recommended.