This is pretty much the only real restaurant in the area unless you travel another 25 minutes either north or south, The food was average but not horrible, the service was slow but it didn't really matter because we were enjoying the sunset and celebrating my sons birthday. The special for the day was prime rib but we all had seafood. I had fish and chips with a seafood bisque. The have Landshark advertising pieces as soon as you walk in but don't try ordering one because they don't serve it (bummer). They gave my son a free piece of cheesecake for his birthday which was a nice and generous offer. We tipped our waitress generously for this gesture.
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