A local stalwart in the quieter village of East Boothbay, this place had been built around the pilothouse of an old naval vessel, but crumbling pilings on the wharf necessitated a rebuild, the restaurant reopened in 2020 with food served out of a truck, a bar made out of an old lobsterboat (just plunked down there on the pier), and tents for eating under — an all-outdoor dining and service area. The menu is similarly retooled to the new food-truck concept, simple and no frills: shore dinner, lobster roll, fried seafood baskets, some burgers and pulled pork for the non-seafood crowd. Try the house-battered onion rings. Waits can be long when things are bumping in the summer, but if you don’t mind settling in at the lobsterboat bar and enjoying a drink and the beautiful view, it makes for a pretty memorable meal.