Find out what American restaurants to try in Fairhaven. Fairhaven is a town in Bristol County, Massachusetts, United States. It is located on the South Coast of Massachusetts where the Acushnet River flows into Buzzards Bay, an arm of the Atlantic Ocean. The town shares a harbor with the city of New Bedford, a place well known for its whaling and fishing heritage; consequently, Fairhaven's history, economy, and culture are closely aligned with those of its larger neighbor. The population of Fairhaven was 15,873 at the time of the 2010 census and estimated at 16,078 in mid-2016.
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4 based on 58 reviews
Great Food, Great Staff!We have been going to Mattapoisett Diner for many years and the diner has never been disappointing. We have had breakfasts and a Friday night dinner. Atmosphere: The diner is small. However, the staff gets to know each customer and his or her likes and dislikes. The staff are warm, friendly, and inviting. You may have to wait during prime time, but it is well worth the wait. The place is clean and inviting. Brings you back in time.Food: The amount of food is absurd. I usually can take home another meal. The diner has weekly specials as well as lunch and Friday night specials. The seafood is fresh and usually right off of the boat that day or the night before. If you want a refill of iced coffee or coffee to go, they will make sure you have it.Cost: You cannot beat the cost of breakfast, lunch, or dinner. This morning, we got a scallop, bacon, and swiss cheese omelet with home fries and toast for $9.95. The scallops were sea scallops, fresh, and plentiful. You will not be disappointed with this diner. If you havenât gone, what are you waiting for!
4 based on 109 reviews
The Inn is the oldest seaside inn in the nation, still operating as an inn, in its original structure. A short walk to beaches, sailing, fishing, and golf, The Inn is located in the heart of Mattapoisett Village, across from the Town Wharf. Boasting small
Best calamari I have had in my life! On the other hand, the oysters, which came from VA, were small and tasteless. Definitely do not order them until the local oysters are back in. Scallops were good and tuna was fair.
4 based on 61 reviews
Having been here before many times, we decided to gab a quick breakfast at Courtyard prior to beginning a day of Christmas shopping. We were not surprisd, the food wastop notch, service was great and the bright and kozy interior decor improved the rather lousy overcat day outside. I had a waffle with maple syrup with a side of Home fries with sauteed peppes and onions (outstanding), my wife had the usual, Eggs Benedict. We were both completedly satisfied, not a surprise to be had. We highly recommedn Courtyard Restaurant on Route 6 in Fairhaven, when visitng the area, or if you are a local diner as well. Give this place a whirl. Excellent !!!!!!!!
4 based on 164 reviews
We showed up with a party of 15, around 6:15. Last minute decision, with friends in town for a funeral. Everything, and i mean everything management did to accommodate us was fantastic. It got better from there. From a short bar wait, with great bar staff to the servers, just all around great people and service. And then the food. Everyone was delighted with their meals. The house specials, prime rib sandwich or the double lobster roll..... awesome. Every other dish had raves. Watching waitresses take entrees to other tables, made me want to sample it all. Yes, I am gushing about Mikeâs, and, it is well deserved. It takes a lot to me to gush!
4 based on 95 reviews
Tastebuds is a local restaurant that has a nice menu with multiple fish options. We started with the steamed clams which cooked perfectly but were seasoned with a little to much pepper flake. I had The bouillabaisse and my wife had the halibut. We both enjoyed our meals but again, mine was over seasoned with red pepper flakes. The broth was good but hard to overcome the pepper. The only real knock was the service. Josh disappeared for a short time and I caught him texting while we waited for him to bring our check. After leaving the check he returned 20 minutes later and apologized for not coming back earlier. We will definitely go back, but ask for a different server and a little less pepper.
4 based on 192 reviews
Visited on a Saturday about 6PM. Just beat the crowds. Initially seated upstairs in direct blinding sunlight. Moved.Room is somewhat noisy, but ok.Attentive, pleasant service (although one server had a curious sense of humor).Burger was thick, juicy, not so big. Fries were thin cut, a tad dry, salty.Salad was well received.
4 based on 275 reviews
Turks has the best fresh seafood and sushi around. I have ordered everything from fish and chips, salmon, Scrod, and sword fish to all different kinds of sushi. The lobster bomb and spicy tuna roll are amazing! The atmosphere is casual, and welcoming. I am lucky enough to live close enough to Turks to eat there frequently. I am never disappointed. The prices are very reasonable. I highly recommend Turks to anyone passing through Mattapoisett, you will not be disappointed!
4 based on 213 reviews
Had lunch with my wife there a few days ago and wasn't to pleased with the sitting arrangements. The food was good but the atmosphere stinks.
4 based on 234 reviews
A small, lovely restaurant - perfect for a meal after spending the day on the waterfront. A casual but inviting atmosphere. The menu is simple and delicious. The service is fantastic. They have terrific pizzas and the seafood dishes are great! Even though the menu doesn't list gluten-free meals, a chat with our server revealed several options that were delicious.We were there on a weekend afternoon and found plenty of parking.
4 based on 80 reviews
Mother and son team, Deborah DeSouza and Jesse DeSouza, joined talents professionally in 2012 as a celebration of decades of experience in the restaurant industry. Forming the partnership of Pub 6 at the Sixth Bristol Club, the family built a solid founda
Small homelike atmosphere. Friendly staff, kids love this place and we have never had any issues dining here.
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