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The Ship Restaurant
If anyone asks why it's called The Ship Restaurant, they've never been there. Although landlocked in Lynnfield, The Ship has nearly everything necessary to set sail: two masts with rigging, a sturdy bowsprit, a red hull that looks ready to embrace the sea, and a deck where the ship's Captain once carved small sailboats out of wood with a jackknife. That man was Captain James F. Wilkinson, a retired sea captain began his landlubbing life with a small refreshment stand. In 1941, Captain combined his dreams of building his own ship and his own restaurant when he launched The Ships Haven.
Although his eatery will never set sail, passengers who cross the gangplank and board the vessel can experience the culinary adventures of a seafaring captain such as tropical cocktails and dishes. Guests can opt for entrees such as the seared salmon or New England favorites that include the fisherman's platter or the ship cioppino. As customers dine, they can look out the restaurant's portholes, bask in the romantic light of the lanterns swinging over head, and dictate their personal captain's log to their date.