Despite the Irish name and the Olde Dublin Pub downstairs, the Claddagh Room isn't a place where you force down tough corned beef. Instead, as the name indicates, it's a place for seafood—starting with the famous local PEI mussels and oysters, which have become a focus of the place. A seafood chowder is good as a starter, as are the lobster spaghetti, lobster strudel, and lobster-crab cakes with a lemony remoulade. Seafood entrees include boiled lobster, a seafood platter, seared scallops with ginger-pea puree, and PEI-farmed halibut; there are also grilled steaks, Moroccan-spiced rack of lamb, a beef tenderloin topped with crab and sided with whipped potato, and other landlubber entrees. There are no harbor views here, but the preparation and service here are a notch above that at most other fish joints. There's also a great, convivial vibe as locals pop in for the live Irish music and beer downstairs.