East, West and Gulf coasts meet at this self-styled New England lobster and chowder shack in Coppell. That's a lot of directions under one roof. However, a compass is unnecessary. Diners simply locate the red neon lobster and blue neon bowl of chowder capped by a red awning. Once seated at a table clothed in red-and-white checker, customers can order copious amounts of specials in grand portions. Whatever is requested, meals are practically required to begin with a bowl of lobster bisque or clam chowder -- they're in the restaurant's full name. Daddy Jack's jumps the pond and goes for the boot with the popular Fra Diavolo with Maine lobster.
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That little restaurant space with the burgundy awning near Lovers and Inwood has gone through some modest mutations over the years. In 1992, it was Le Caviste, a French wine bistro. Then in 1993, Guy and Martine Calluaud appropriate...