Midwest Living Review
This restaurant's New England-style seafood focus fits its lakeside views. And instead of a traditional Door County whitefish boil, they take an East Coast approach and do lobsters. You can take a seat in the cozy restaurant with fish art on the walls and wide-plank wood floors or head outside in balmy weather. Food prices are on the higher end: $18.95 to $45 for ratatouille, pasta, filet mignon, scallops and rock lobster. There are several lighter items, though, including excellent lobster bisque; salmon with fluffy cheese topping; light, tangy salads and even a lobster fondue as an appetizer. You also can sample the lobster for breakfast, which includes lobster Benedict ($14.95), or lobster rolls ($14.95) at lunch. The extensive drink list includes everything from a chocolate-covered cherry martini to Simon Creek's Untouchable Red. Harbor Fish Market also has kid selections ($7.95), as well as free water and a doggie menu with scrambled eggs, burgers, hot dogs or even frozen custard for Fido ($2$3.95) whenever outdoor dining is available.