There is a wonderful 2.25 mile loop around Pleasure Bay and after our walk we had a meal of fish and chips ($6) and a lobster roll ($10) at Sullivan’s. Sullivan is a small restaurant that has been there since 1951. We took our cardboard boxes to a picnic table by the water and enjoyed the view. The fish was a perfectly fried piece of flaky haddock accompanied by bland crinkle cut fries. The lobster roll was mayo based, no filler and served on a buttered toast bun. The quantity was less generous than Tony’s (but also ½ the price), but the lobster seemed to be more flavorful than Tony’s. I think Sullivan’s is great - good, simple food at very reasonable prices in a perfect environment. I’m sad it took me so long to discover it.
After the meal, Carol and I set up our beach chairs by the water and had a tranquil afternoon of reading and sunning.