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highlights

plainville's best-kept secret

  • Won second-place in the People's Choice for Best Clam Chowder in the 2015 New Bedford Seaport 10th annual Chowder Festival.
  • Fresh local oysters are always available.
  • Serving Maine stuffed lobsters.
  • Fresh seafood showcase featuring oysters, clams, and lobster.
  • We offer a wide selection of wine.
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specials

Pasta De Mare

Wednesday Special

pasta de mare

Seafood and pasta with a side salad, rolls & butter.

$19.99 per person

Steak Frites

Thursday Special

steak frites

Chef's Prime Cut with fresh cut French fries, a side salad, rolls & butter.

$24.99 per person

prime rib and mashed potatoes

Sunday Special

Prime rib

14oz Prime Rib served with potato, vegetable & house salad, rolls & butter.

$28 per person

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a bit of history

Ever wonder where Slack’s Oyster House & Grill got its name?

Plainville was settled in 1661, at which time it was part of the Town of Dedham, later becoming part of Wrentham in 1673.

In its early days, Plainville was nicknamed “Slackville” after Benjamin Slack, an affluent landowner at the time.

After the establishment of a post office in 1856, Plainville became an official town, named because of the abundance of geographical plains in the area.

Along with bordering North Attleboro, MA, Plainville shares the Angle Tree Stone, a historic marker dividing the boundaries between the old Massachusetts Bay Colony and Plymouth Bay Colony.

This is why the Angle Tree Stone is in the official town seal. Along with many notable veterans, Plainville was the home to George Robert Twelves Hewes, a Revolutionary War veteran who also partook in the Boston Tea Party as well as the Battle of Rhode Island.