We had oysters, buffalo chicken wrap, fried chicken, and a seafood plate (can't remember what exactly that one was) on a Sunday evening. The food was great, the beer was cold, and it was nice to have music coming in from the bar side but not be bombarded by it on the cafe side. We could actually have a conversation with background music, it was nice. However there were not many people there and the service was still sloooow. I honestly don't know how long oysters take to make though, maybe that was why, I'm not sure. In any case, I give the place a 3, but still fully intend on returning!
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