Who has your favorite…Fried Clams?

We need your opinion. Who has the best Fried Clams and how do you like them prepared? Our readers are our best resource, please comment to give us your thoughts.

Share your knowledge–where are the best fried clams?

Share your knowledge–where are the best fried clams in Southeastern Massachusetts?

  • Strips or whole belly?
  • At a clam shack or sit down restaurant?
  • With tarter or cocktail sauce? Lemon?
  • Best side? Fries, chips, cole slaw?

Tell us about your favorite spot to enjoy local fried clams.

We’ve performed some hand-to-mouth research last summer and are doing additional research to complete our list.

Please add your comment below and tell us where we should go. This poll is part of our blog so we can retain the information long-term. So, please log in and tell us about your favorite spot. We are excited to try them all.

About eSS&SC

The South Shore and South Coast has been home to hunting, gathering, fishing, farming––and great eating––for over 10,000 years. We are committed to identifying, devouring, and sharing all that Southeastern Massachusetts has to offer today and preserving local options for future generations.
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9 Responses to Who has your favorite…Fried Clams?

  1. eSS says:

    Facebook fans have voted for: http://www.koolkone.com in Wareham and Wood’s in Plymouth.

  2. Dave says:

    Woods in Plymouth, without a doubt.

    http://www.woodsseafoods.com

  3. Denise says:

    Woodman’s in Essex has THE BEST clams. I love whole belly and they use corn meal so they are also gluten-free. They are awesome!

  4. Craig Dutra says:

    Sandy’s Buzzards Bay…even though they reopened after a hiatus with new ownership they maintained the quality of a lightly breaded full body friend fried clam that has been the tradition of this eatery for years.

  5. eSS says:

    Please tell us about your favorite fried clam spots here in the comments.

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