This isn't a restaurant, it's an institution. It's the townie hang out. Good for breakfast, lunch too. Try the lobster roll, clam roll or clam chowdah.
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Hidden secret of the locals who crowd in for daily breakfast, especially on weekends. Everything is deliciously homemade and the fried dough is not to be missed. Super casual and seating is close together, usually a long wait. Cash only. No reservations.
No, it's not housed in a converted rail car, but the vibe and the food are classic American diner. Plus, it's a favorite hangout for the locals. Omelets were better than average, coffee good, strong, refilled on cue ... even a gruff but good natured...More
Breakfast that are great. Surroundings are true Marblehead, just 50 ft from fishing dock. This is NO frills but good food. Not fancy but down to earth. Some weekends there can be a line out the door as the place is small.
Second time in Marblehead and this place is a must. Local place for chat and coffee. Food is great, well priced and served with a smile. Love it
Sent here by locals, as the best breakfast to be found in miles. The food is excellent, as is the coffee. Tight seating in a little old house, with terrific table service. What a find!
very basic place, been there forever. Get their seafood right off the boat about 50' away. Can't beat that. Gets crowded especially lunch time and early dinners. No credit cards, bring cash.
We went to the Driftwood for breakfast on a Saturday morning and had a wonderful meal. The food was inexpensive, good for the most part, and came quickly. The waitress was efficient and quite personable. Not a fancy place by any means, but we really...More
Great pancakes, eggs and hash! Small place but quintessential new england eatery. Another local go to place.