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Plum Island Beachcoma

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Plum Island Beachcoma - Cool, Local, Beachside Restaurant

Plum Island Beachcoma is the Plum Island version of a cool Key West hang out.  This funky beachside restaurant is loved by locals and it is the destination that visitors search for to complete their Plum Island experience.

The Beachcoma is a family run business owned by Gregg and Cathy Pugh and is a family friendly restaurant.  The atmosphere is casual and the food and service are consistently great.

The fish tacos are a well known favorite, and if you have an appreciation for excellent burgers and fries this is your place.  Be sure to check the Beachcoma website because the menu changes seasonally.  If you want to experience a true local cocktail tradition, we highly recommend the Plum Crazy Punch.

The Plum Island Beachcoma features live music every Sunday from 4-7 PM, perfect after a nice visit to the beach.

Parking is available in the front of the restaurant and also in the parking lot directly across the street.  If these spots are full, there are additional lots just a short distance down the street.  If you prefer to travel via bike there is a bike rack directly outside of the restaurant.

The PI Beachcoma is open year round and is the ultimate cool beachside restaurant!

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Plum Island Beachcoma

23 Plum Island Blvd
Newbury, MA 01951
(978) 358-8218

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