Decided to try Long Island fish and chips because we heard they had live music on Friday nights. So glad we did. We had to wait about 1/2 hour but it was worth it. We noticed the serving sizes were pretty big so we decided to split 2 dinners among the three of us, as well as each of us ordered soup. Two of us had the seafood chowder which was very good and my husband had the Manhattan clam chowder which he said was the best he has ever had. (An added plus free refills on the soup!). We also had the traditional fish and chips, delicious, and the combination platter which had fried shrimp, clams, scallops, and flounder. Also not disappointing. Bob, the musician playing had a wonderful voice and added to a complete evening. The place is small, and doesn't take reservations so expect a little wait and listen to some music.
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