Went for the first time with friends and family. Price was reasonable and food was plenty! Friend said lobster roll was good but small for the price...would gladly walk the 1.3 miles to get another meal there!
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Stumbled upon Stowe's on a recent trip to New Haven. The seafood chili was amazing. The other food including the lobster rolls were also great. Reasonable prices. No bathroom other than an outhouse and no credit cards. Recommended!
We stopped at Stowe's on our way back home from Rhode Island. It was amazing how much food we got with the treasure box. Two types of fish, scallops, shrimp, clam strips and fries for only 35 bucks. The box they put it in had...More
This is the classic fish shack you find near a harbor. It looks like it has been there forever and you might think that this is not where you want to get seafood, but don't be fooled! If you are looking for chowder, fried fish,...More
We're from Cleveland, Ohio and were in New Haven to pick up my nephew from a 2 week summer program at Yale. We got there a day early and went driving looking for a beach area. Found Stowe's quite by chance. Boy, are we SUPER...More
No waitress service here. Walk up order and grab a table. Seafood is very good, portions are average. Cash only and they close early. Small parking lot.
Don't let the outside décor fool you. Or the parking lot. It's worth circling around the block to park. Or have someone drop you off and circle the block to pick up take out and take back down to the park along the board walk....More
Stowe's is a great little no frills seafood Resturant on the beach road in West Haven. They have quite a selection of "Boat" specials that are all around $13-$15 dollars. You get a generous portion of fish or seafood.... fries...slaw. ......There is limited inside seating...More
We wanted to have a seafood meal with a water view, and we found it at Stowe's. Two of us had lobster rolls--very good, but surprisingly, the lobster was warm, not cold in a sauce as is usual with lobster rolls. Worth noting that it's...More