I've been to Gracie's Sea Hag several times, including a stop in last week. My parents love it - my Dad claims it has the best clam chowder in the world (and he doesn't normally like clam chowder). However, I think it's rather average. It's sort of dark on the inside and a little old fashion (which is probably why it appeals to those in my parent's age group 50+). Service isn't served with a smile - rather a bit of a huff and puff - but for some reason that fits with the style of the place. The clam chowder is good, but I've had better in New Hampshire. I've never thought the food was bad or good. Just simply average. They do keep your cup of coffee full - which is always a good touch on the cold and drizzly coast. I'm sure I'll be back with the parents sometime, but I'm going to push for them to try Tidel Raves next time (my favorite coastal restaurant).
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