Clambake to Go for Father’s Day!

The fun and novel “Clambakes To Go” are selling quickly as Father’s Day approaches. These clambakes come in one pot to conveniently cook at home and are only available for pick-up on Sunday, June 21st which is Father’s Day. Orders can only be made online at by Friday, June 19th at 11pm. Unfortunately, only orders made online by this date can be accepted.

Each clambake includes a live, banded 1.5 lb lobster, clams, mussels, sausage, potatoes, and corn on the cob plus it comes all in one pot that the customer keeps and cooks in. Cooking is both easy and quick as you just add water, beer, or wine to each pot which takes between just 20 and 40 minutes depending on how many clambakes are in each pot.

“Sales have been brisk as Father’s Day draws closer,” said Jim Keenan, Chief Experience Officer of Chowdafest who is organizing the effort. “We have no idea what the demand will be so we had to limit these clambakes. Hopefully, people will order early before we run out” he added. Meals are $42 each.

“Clambakes To Go” can only be picked up in Westport on Sunday, June 21st at pick-up times chosen by the customer online between Noon and 4pm. Order tickets will be scanned in and then delivered to your car in line. To make this “curbside clambake” more special for the occasion, the clambakes will include complimentary beer from Sam Adams to both cooks with and toast your Dad, seltzer-ade from Polar Beverages, butter from Cabot’s Creamery, plus lobster bibs, wet naps and a unique lobster tool compliments of Aitoro Appliances and Knot Norm’s Catering. All are available with each pot while supplies last and the recipient must be over 21 with ID to accept the beer.

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