A coastal town south of Boston, Marshfield's roots are tied to the fishing industry. This coastal tradition is plain to see in the town's variety of seafood dishes, with no shortage of fresh-caught oceanic delights available. With its New England location, Marshfield provides a number of spots to enjoy a bowl of classic New England clam chowder. You can also order whole lobsters, stuffed quahogs or fried clams while you enjoy a local brew and an ocean view. Diners, sports bars and burger spots are not hard to find for those looking for a steak or burgers and fries. For international cuisine, you can stop by a sushi bar or Asian-fusion restaurant. To end the day right, head to one of the local ice cream shops.