My fiance and I went here earlier this week, and even though I've lived nearby for 9 years, it was the first time I'd been.
The food was what I would call "all right." It didn't blow me away, but it wasn't inedible, either. I ordered the New England clam chowder to start, which was hot and tasted fresh, but it was a little too salty. My fiance got the lobster bisque, which he said was lukewarm and flavorless.
For dinner, I ordered the Po' Boy sandwich, which was fried oysters on a roll. I should have asked for no lettuce - it was shredded, soggy, and barely green. The oysters were tender and tasty, but the bread was soft and shapeless, no crunch to this crust, which was a disappointment. I had the sweet potato fries - there were 5 of them, total, and they were crusted with brown sugar, which was too sweet. My fiance got the baked seafood platter. He said that it was passable, but he wasn't overly impressed.
The service was okay. Our waitress was nice enough, but I was wanting more water and when I was, she just wasn't around.
Overall, if it was cheaper, it would be worth going back, but it was pretty expensive for food that was just average.
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