Our reservation was for 8pm during restaurant week in Wildwood, NJ. This was my first time enjoying dinner during a restaurant week and so glad I did! This establshment faces the bay side and you can see the fishing fleet from the window. Only downfall was poor lighting made it hard to read the menu! We dines on four courses for $30. The appetizer we chose was the crisp bacon wrapped scallops (4), They came on spring mix and were delicious! Salad choices were lettuce wedge with house balsamic, mine came to order without the bacon. Assorted entrees, my friend had two crab-filled crabcakes; I chose blackened mahi-mahi; fresh veggies and red skined mashed potatoes came with the plate! Dessert was creme brulee for my dining partner and I chose key lime pie. Didn't matter that it didn't look like Kermits Key West, it was scrumptious and we enjoyed sharing our foods! They do have a wine list and what's dinner without a glass of pinot! It took time to eat so the food was freshly made by the chef! Very attentive wait staff, left a nice Labor day tip to thank her! Credit cards are accepted. When done head upstairs they have an outside bar with DJ, quiet crowd but it was the end of summer! I am gong back with my husband; don't be surprised that entrees then run usually $25 and up!
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