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Warren's Lobster House Restaurant Review: When tourists come to the coast, locals might steer them toward Warren's to sneakily keep them away from their favorite secret lobster shacks, but it's also a good choice. In winter, it's cozy and in the warmer months you can sit out on the large deck overlooking the Piscataqua and quaint Portsmouth. You'll know Warren's by its swooping neon arrow pointing the way to river-view dining and the "seacoast's best" salad bar. The restaurant has an immense menu, matched by that 50-item salad bar. Lobster Thermidor is a specialty and most items on the menu are under $20. Warren’s pretends that it hasn’t lost the personal touch of its former, smaller self, but there's a gift shop to peruse and as you sit in your captain’s chair you may well enjoy your meal but you probably won’t feel transported in time. The restaurant has grown in the past from a six-stool stand to a 350-seat leviathan. Still, some of the family feel remains.