Closed for Renovations, opening mid-February | Thank you for visiting!
Thank you for visiting our site. We are open year-round, weather pending, so call for updates. Please see our off-season menu at the MENU bar. Curbside pickup is available for both restaurant and market. Social distancing is enforced as we abide by safety and sanitary regulations. Masks are mandatory. Thank you for your business. We are proud to serve you only the very best. - Jean & Crew

Fresh, Local, Delicious.


Welcome to East Wind Lobster and Grille at Buzzards Bay Marina

East Wind Lobster, established in 1991 by the Lanahan family of Bourne, is located at the Buzzards Bay Marina (at the newly constructed Cohasset Narrows Bridge) on the Wareham line.

Customers can dine in their quaint waterfront cafe or outside al fresco on one of the two decks overlooking the Marina. The menu includes the freshest fish available purchased daily from local fisherman and suppliers including haddock, salmon, swordfish, shellfish, and seasonal varieties. To please everyone in your crowd - chicken, salads, and wraps are served all day.

“Freshness in everything counts; Sea and Farm to Table at its best!” Jean says with confidence as she grows much of the produce served with their entrees. Tom brings in Lobster caught from his boat, The Liz and Jackie, in Cape Cod Bay. His catch is sold in the fish market as well as served on their daily dishes.
Jean, East Wind Lobster and Grille, Buzzards Bay Marina, Massachusetts
Meet Jean: "The House Chef"
Tom, East Wind Lobster and Grille, Buzzards Bay Marina, Massachusetts
Meet Tom: "The House Lobsterman"

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Delicious Seafood Shacks Are Totally Worth the Trip, East Wind Lobster and Grille, Buzzards Bay Marina, Massachusetts

These Delicious Seafood Shacks Are Totally Worth the Trip

Summer is here, and New Englanders are headed to the coast to eat at the region’s iconic seafood shacks.


Eastwind Lobster

The New England coastline has countless clam shacks and lobster pounds scattered along its rocky shores and placid beaches, with some being very well known, such as Woodman's in Essex, MA; The Clam Box in Ipswich, MA; Brown's and Markey's, both in Seabrook, NH; Quito's in Bristol, RI; and The Clam Shack in Kennebunkport, ME. But there are others, such as Eastwind Lobster and Restaurant in Buzzards Bay, MA, that aren't quite as well known, but are well worth checking out since they are often where the locals tend to go.