Fox’s is unabashedly commercial, and charges more than it could, but so what? You’re sitting outside, eating pre-cracked lobsters and breathing salt air, on a headland that would be worth zillions in real estate terms. Looking straight at Nubble Light. Fox’s has been here since 1966, and I can see why: It delivers a pretty intensively “Maine” experience just a few miles across the state line. You can also dine inside, in a wood-and-nautical-themed dining room, where you can get platters including side dishes: a better deal for families, just without that great lighthouse view. There’s an ice-cream window for kids as well.