Had a nice seat over-looking the beach, but that was the best thing about this dining experience. I got the fish and chips special (this is Block Island after all), and honestly, the fish was all I ate. The french fries were awful, the coleslaw, soggy and my friend's pasta salad, also uneatable. And to add insult to injury, the price of the meal was frankly, pretty darn expensive for a lunch. Was taken in by the shabby chic of the place, but it was more shabby than chic in more ways than one!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The historic Surf Hotel which reopened July 2012 is a true Victorian gem sitting on the corner of Water and Dodge Streets. The only Oceanfront hotel on Block Island with its own private beach! Located in the heart of Old Harbor, serving breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as cocktails. ... more less