A New England institution where diners don bibs and crack open lobsters with their bare hands.. In Short With 30-plus outposts up and down the Eastern seaboard, this Cambridge-based chain reels in a seemingly endless supply of after-work professionals and tired tourists. The look varies somewhat from establishment to establishment but a casually nautical theme and a crowd as loud as the ocean's roar are fairly consistent. Signature dishes include clam chowder, wood-grilled swordfish, steamed clams, and 2-pound lobsters that can be ordered baked and stuffed with scallops and shrimp.
Worth Flying out of Logan!.
This is one of the reasons to use Logan airport when departing the Boston area. I like to arrive early for my flight, check in, and then head for lunch at Legal. Excellent fish, good service and you're ready to go for you flight. Almost makes you forget that your in an airport.