Stayed in the "inn" and didn't like it, but really liked this restaurant, located on the bottom floor. Had the blueberry salad for an appetizer two nights in a row--it's probably my new favorite salad. One night I had the lobster roll for my entree, which was fresh and tasty (though a little light on the lobster meat), and the second night I just had a steamed lobster, which was memorably sweet. Desert is fine, but again, it's the seafood that's the star of the show. Doesn't disappoint!
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