Crowded bar at happy hour and those guests appeared to be enjoying food and drink. With our reservation, we were promptly seated when all were present. A tad noise which meant we had to strain to hear the waiter. All menu items were available. The chowder and dumpling soups were delicious and comforting on a cold, windy night. The bleu burger was served as requested, medium rare. The shrimp (encrusted w/ corn flakes) were not only tasty, but huge. Fries rocked. Crab cakes were good, with little filler (but not as good as Nantucket's in Fenwick). The specialty drinks, served in mason jars, were ample in both size and strength. Too full to attempt their attractive dessert menu. Parking may be challenging.
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