Thursday Doors

Door4editThis is a special door. A door that when you go through, a gastronomical delight awaits you in the form of some the freshest seafood on the seacoast.

Bob’s Clam Hut is located in Kittery, Maine, about 14 miles from home. It has been at the same site serving seafood for over 50 years. If you are hungry, check out their menu.

To get to the door though you have to maneuver the parking lot which is like a map of states. The crowd is such that there has to be a parking attendant to direct traffic. Have you ever seen a clam hut with a parking lot attendant? 🙂

BobCollageIn addition to their other ‘green’ initiatives, I was impressed by the roof which is now covered with solar panels.

Bob’s Clam Hut not only knows how to make the absolute best fried clams but now they also make their own electricity. You’ve got to love it. ❤️


Linked to Norm 2.0 Thursday Doors.

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Master Gardener who enjoys gardening, quilting, photography, and traveling.
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19 Responses to Thursday Doors

  1. Kittery! One of my favorite destinations when we lived in Boston. Nothing like Maine seafood!

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  2. joyroses13 says:

    That is pretty cool about the solar panels and the food sounds delicious! Must be if they need parking attendents!


  3. Dan Antion says:

    I have heard about Bob’s from several friends. I need to make this a destination. Great photos. So hungry now…


  4. Norm 2.0 says:

    You know what? I think we’ve been there. I seem to remember stopping for a bite during a drive through the area to the factory outlets.
    I remember what seemed like a very expensive lobster roll, that ended up being worth every penny!
    We’ll have to go back – thanks for sharing this.


  5. Joyce says:

    With that hardy New England spirit, I’ll bet the parking lot is full even on days when a blizzard is raging! I see Bob’s is open daily, year round!
    You and your husband have so much fun bopping around up there, enjoying the best in food and scenery. I envy you guys!


    • You would chuckle because in the dead of the winter he still has business but you don’t have to search for a parking spot or wait for someone to get up from a table – all locals. We definitely do not go anywhere near there between Memorial Day and Labor Day. 🙂


  6. Ogee says:

    Oh…you’re actually making me miss the east coast (just the clams…not the snow!)

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  7. A favorite of mine, too! Nice pic 🙂

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  8. Grandma Kc says:

    How very cool picture! The kids just installed solar panels but they won’t eat clams! I really have to come visit you someday as no one in my life will eat seafood and I love all of it!


  9. quiltify says:

    The memories the Clam Shack brings back! …Often as stop on the way home from college and then when my in-laws lived in Kittery, and whenever we were going through! Love the solar panels. (Apparently I’m not speaking in sentences today. 🙂 )


  10. quiltify says:

    …or with grammatical agreement. It’s time to get outside, I think.

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  11. New England sea food is just as unique as Gulf Coast seafood. Now that we are in Virginia, we will have to try east coast delicacies and perhaps make our way up to New England for the real treat.


  12. Those clams look better than my lunch sandwich! 🙂


  13. Fun! Love the old sign, too!


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