History of Captain Scott's
Captain Scott's Lobster Dock has been nestled in between the docks of New London CT since 1996. This waterfront establishment is a hidden gem in Southeastern CT.
A summer dining destination is owned by former lobsterman Tom Eshenfelder and his sister Susan Tierney, is a local landmark for its lobster rolls, fried seafood, clam fritters and chowder.
Captain Scott's- named after Captain Thomas A. Scott, a master marine construction company who built the Race Rock Lighthouse. Open for over 20 years, situated in Shaw's Cove in a secluded spot between a busy marina and railroad tracks.
Captain Scott's just a old warn down garage on the docks and the Eshenfelder family had a vision with the now a outdoor dining restaurant that offers seating for about 300 diners. with picnic tables positioned along the waterfront with the best view in New London.