The atmosphere is a combination of pub and seafood house, and on a cold, rainy day it was very inviting. You can also eat out on the porch (enclosed by plastic sheets) in more mild weather. The service was friendly and efficient and, I might add, not overly rigid about substitutions as so many restaurants are in Rehoboth. The food was surprisingly good; I had a fried chicken sandwich with coleslaw and baked macaroni. They have very nice selection of beers and wines. All prices seemed to be quite reasonable. Give it a try.
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