Ask anyone who's serious about seafood what the most important part of their lobster, clam or haddock is, and they will undoubtedly say high quality freshness. At Fisheman's Dock, we take pride in serving the freshest local seafood, and we take the time to prepare it the proper, delicious Maine way. This a'int no fast food operation! From our Chowdah and Steamahs to the Haddock, Scallop and Boiled Lobstah Dinnah, it is our goal to always whip up the most delicious dishes - so tender, flakey, sweet and scrumptious, they will be sure to have the whole family leaving happy and stuffed. No fluff, no fanfare, just the best seafood New England has to offer!
The Fisherman's Dock Seafood Market is your number one place for delicious, high quality raw shellfish and seafood. Everything we sell in the market is the same product that we use on our menu, and you can trust us that we only buy only the most delicious seafood . As Kent says "I only serve dishes that I'd make for my mother." Come on down and pick up some fresh Lobster, Salmon, Clams, or any of the other delicious raw seafood we have on ice. Always fresh, always at a fair price.
Fisherman's Dock specializes in catering events around the New England area. Our Mobile Lobster Bake can accommodate any gathering, from a small company outing to a 600-person wedding - and every reunion, picnic, fundraiser and celebration in between. We like to offer our signature dishes such as delicious Baked Lobster, Clam Chowder, Steamahs, Mussels, Corn on the Cob and of course Homemade Blueberry Cobbler for desert. But as always, our goal is to make you as happy as possible. Tell us what you'd like, and we'll do our best to make your event a memorable one!
We take pride in serving the freshest quality foods available. It is never our intention to be a fast food operation. Good food takes time to be properly prepared. During our busiest hours we will give our best effort to ensure selections are delivered in a timely manner. Thank you for your patience. Comments, good or bad, are always welcome.
- Kent Kilgore and Randy Small