Dining outdoors harks back to cooking’s early days, when people grilled meat on open campfires and used triceratops’ horns to skewer shish kebabs. Make a date with Mother Nature with today’s Groupon to The Deck on Green Harbor, formerly known as The Ocean Deck, located in Marshfield. Choose between the following options:
- For $15, you get $30 worth of classic American fare.
- For $30, you get $60 worth of classic American fare for a group of four or more.<p>
At The Deck on Green Harbor, diners watch ships sail through an adjacent, idyllic wharf from a sun-soaked rooftop patio while perusing a menu of seafood entrees, burgers, and pizza. Ring tummy doorbells before inviting in the Maryland crab cakes ($8.99), or devour slices of a 10-inch buffalo-chicken pizza ($10.99). Claw-knuckle meat thumb wrestles on the lobster mac ‘n’ cheese’s playground of special cheese sauce and pasta ($16.99), and a pineapple salsa imbues grilled salmon with zesty flavor ($12.99). Chefs broil seafood such as grilled tuna and sea scallops (priced daily) before uniting them with sides including fresh, hand-cut fries. Should the sun spill a water bottle upon the eatery’s al fresco veranda, guests can head indoors, where white beams support a towering vaulted ceiling.
The Deck on Green Harbor
Aptly named, The Deck on Green Harbor protrudes over the docks and moored boats, catching fresh seas breezes and stunning views of the rolling Atlantic Ocean. The sunny wooden edifice serves as an elevated dining patio for guests, who can also choose to take a meal in the dining room or bar should weather grow chilly or inclement.
Meanwhile, chefs work to turn the sea's bounty into delicious American-style meals, such as fried clam plates and haddock sliders. They also whip up a selection of hearty burgers, sandwiches, and classic meals favored in more landlocked regions, such as meatloaf and chicken pot pie.
Should the motion of the ocean cease to entertain, the seaside eatery hosts a Dueling Pianos show every Saturday, and a trivia tournament followed by karaoke each Sunday. They spice up their weekly lineup with special musical guests, including acoustic guitarists, pianists, and the occasional jovial little tugboat whistling merry sea shanties.
the nachos are amazing and the crowd is always great. I would recommend it for anyone who likes a good time and good food.Tiffany F., Yelp, 3/27/11
The service was great and the facilities were nice and clean.danyboy8686, TripAdvisor, 9/21/11
“Friendly wait staff and great food. Good place to go on a warm afternoon or evening. ”
“Line music in Saturday afternoons. Great place for some drinks after the beach.”
239 Dyke Rd.
Marshfield, Massachusetts 02050Get Directions