Open for the 2015 Season!

We are open every day from 11AM to close

All-You-Can-Eat Lobster!!!
(Includes: Corn-on-the-cob, potato, and butter-- Beer and Wine available)
( Starting in July )

Southern Barbecue Added to Menu!

"Take a seasoned fisherman, successful restaurant owner, a French-Canadian with a southern name, and an agricultural engineer from  Lithuania and you get. . . the perfect recipe for Southern-style barbecue, right here in Wells. . . " (more here, and more here).
Capt'n Hook's sells fresh seafood and live lobsters for you to take home and cook.

We have fried and grilled fish along with non seafood items.

We have select beer & wine along with sodas, water, juice, Nantucket lemonade and 1/2 and 1/2.

Why Capt'n Hook's is so popular?

Our fish is fresh!

We have an endless supply of lobsters!

How to eat a lobster!


Our staff is nice! 

Our onion rings are homemade!Our clamcakes are homemade!

Our New England Clam Chowder is homemade!

Our Lobster Stew is homemade!

Check out our menu HERE!

We make our lobster and crabmeat rolls to order with all fresh meat, never frozen.

We make them to order with mayo or no mayo with hot drawn butter or no butter

with grilled meat or cold!

Check out our fresh seafood to take home:

Haddock, Scallops, Maine Shrimp, Cooked Cocktail Shrimp, Raw Jumbo Shrimp, Salmon, Swordfish, Steamer Clams, Lobster Meat, P.E.I. Cultivated Mussels

We buy directly from lobstermen off our own local wharf in Cape Porpoise, Maine. We can offer you very reasonable prices.

Capt'n Hook's has an outdoor lobster bake area where you can pick your own lobster and watch us cook it in the big outdoor steamer.

Capt'n Hook's has a beautiful outside picnic area with a big

tent for bad weather.


Capt'n Hook's is kid friendly (plenty of room to run and play after they have eaten).


Capt'n Hooks is also pet friendly

Bring your pets!

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