Newick’s Seafood Restaurant Dining Review
Dover New Hampshire Dining at Newick’s Seafood
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My first impression was this long huge parking lot, hundreds of cars….eeeek TOURIST TRAP was written all over it. Well Newick’s may be a Tourist Trap but one that I will drive 30 miles out of my way to get to.
Newick’s, has been serving seafood in New England since 1948 and now has 3 locations, Dover NH is the location that I visited, there are also locations in South Portland Maine and Merrimack NH.
Although the menu varies slightly in each location, I thoroughly enjoy the atmosphere in the Dover local. This Large Room…I do mean LARGE ROOM, reminds me of being at a large Clam Bake or picnic. Red check table cloths, windows (mostly open on warm days) all around the sides, waitresses in t-shirts and shorts, paper plates….AND some of the best fried, broiled and baked seafood on the East Coast! I honestly believe that the fried Maine shrimp at Newick’s have got to be some of the best I have ever eaten. The whole clam roll had so many clam piled high, that it was well worth the price. You can get fried lobster (which is very tasty), seafood salad, clam chowder, baked stuffed lobster – haddock – shrimp, choose salmon, swordfish, haddock, scallops, oysters and calamari. For the person that is not a seafood coinsurer, they have chicken, steaks, and burgers too.
So if you are traveling near Dover (Rte 4 almost into Portsmouth), Merrimack NH, or South Portland, Me, go out of your way to have lunch or dinner at Newick’s. The service is fast, the atmosphere friendly and fun, the prices very reasonable for the amount of the serving sizes, and the food worth the trip. Play tourist for just a few minutes in the gift shop and take seafood and fudge with you from the market at the front of the Dover restaurant. Tell them nhliving.com sent you. Bon Appetite.
– Lynn B for NHLiving.com
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