Hard to miss on the right side as you drive into Ocean Shores. Cozy lounge, average service, spendy menu offerings, good food.
This used to be the best place in OS. They still have a few good items on the menu that make the visit and inconsistent service worth ignoring. Generally the service and the food is better in the lounge. Kitchen seems to have problem understanding service and timing of food. Salad arrived 1 minute ahead of entre on last dinner... More
We've eaten here several times for breakfast and once for dinner. Servers are great, but can be distracted by stuff behind the partition. Don't know if it's clean-up or phones or ??? We find it disappointing when a server is expected to perform lots of extra duties that take them away from serving the customer. (Managers, please take note) Food... More
We went here with family who live in Ocean Shores. The wait staff was very friendly, but they knew the couple with us. I had the prime rib, which was rare and delicious. My wife had the clam chowder, and she found it tasty. Nothing fancy here. This is a favorite of the locals, with good (not great) food.
I have only had breakfast at this restaurant, but numerous times. Each time it has been wonderful. Great wait staff and very good food.
the food was just averaget, nothing special, I had the deep fried halibut, it was over done and to much breading, serve was okay.
Whenever son comes to town it's Homeport for the crab/eggs benedict., just this morning as a matter of fact. The food has always been above average but the pricing is rising and too expensive. This will impact our frequency. Staff has always been pleasant and attentive. Atmosphere is okay for a beach town.
Staff is very nice, food is good but very expensive for the quality. the restaurants in Ocean Shores are on the expensive side anyway but can find better food at Alec's or better food and prices at Viet Hoa Vietnamese restaurant.
The house salad is the best in Ocean Shores, crisp, green and served so cold! The mac and cheese is great. I'd pass on the chicken parmesan, a little baked potato is $5 and the corned beef and cabbage soup is just okay. This is one of the few basic American fare restaurants that have lasted year after year in... More
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