A traditional clambake—New England’s real, old-time, clambake on the beach (or wherever we can make a pit and fire). Same great menu as our Pot-Style bakes. Plus, we do all the digging. One delicious, delightful, authentic feast. Starting at $39.00 per person.

Pit-Style Pricing

Our old-time, traditional, pit-style clambakes start at $45.00 per person. We dig them for groups of 50 or more.

  • 50-99 people $52.00 per person
  • 100+ people $45.00 per person

Raw Bars & Extras

Kick it off with a raw bar. Add some great appetizers. Order dogs for the kids. Offer steaks, salmon, or skewers to Aunt Susie, who doesn’t like lobster. Be good to the vegetarians. Pile on strawberry shortcake.

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Your Clambake Party Plan

  • Choose Your Style

    A day at the beach. Or a go-anywhere feast.

    Pit or Pot? »

  • Choose Your Style

    A big day on the beach. Or a go-anywhere feast.

    Pit or Pot? »

  • Add a Raw Bar

    Kick off your party the Cape Cod way.

    Clambake Raw Bars »

  • Need Tents, Tables, and Chairs?

    Be party-ready, rain or shine.

    Party Rentals »

  • Set Up Your Bar

    Full-service bar tending.

    Bar & Bar Staff »

  • Party Venue Ideas

    We can make your bake almost anywhere. Here are a few favorite spots.

    Pick your place »

  • Wedding Venue Ideas

    We’ll cater your clambake wedding almost anywhere. Here are some favorite spots.

    Pick your place »

  • All the Etc.

    Suggestions on entertainment, photography, and everything else great parties are made of.

    Etc. »

Set-up to clean-up—we do it all:

Pit-style clambake parties run about 7 hours. We arrive 5 hours before serving time, dig our pit and light the fire. Grills and pots to serving tables, condiments to claw crackers––we bring it all. Then we get baking: everything is cooked fresh right there at your party.

If you’re having a raw bar, we kick that off as guests arrive. We serve up the chowder first, then the lobster and sides, followed by fresh watermelon. Leftovers are boxed up––they’re yours to enjoy. We collect the trash and take it with us when we leave.