Wish we had read these reviews before we wasted our time driving out there. Guy Fieri and the Food Network folks must have been temporarily insane the day they recommended this place! We had high hopes and were so looking forward to our first taste of the fresh seafood the area is famous for and could not have been more disappointed nor had our wallet be more violated than it was here. Our waitress was nice. The menu had amusing little notes. We were most impressed by the prayer menu as we are Christians who pray before we eat and it was a nice reminder to be grateful without being offensive to those who are not Christian.
If you go anyway, despite all the warnings here to avoid it, be prepared to spend big and eat little and do not intend to tempt your palate in any way. Meals are $35-$40 per paper plate eaten with plastic forks and drinks are in Styrofoam cups. For that ridiculous price one mixed plate of scallops and shrimp held precisely 4 of each propped up on a big piece of bread to fool you into thinking you were actually getting something. Remove the bread and look at the few little bites you have left to eat! Tiny little Styrofoam cups for your lukewarm side dishes. The scallops were ok at best and the shrimp were small and poorly seasoned. The crab cake? More breading than crab and tasted frozen/reheated, not fresh. Not a good example for visitors to the region to taste what it has to offer. The best part of eating here was that you had cocktail sauce to cover the stuff with to get it down. Its an old two car garage building on the water but no great views to make it worth your while. Mr. Fieri...shame on you. And shame on me for being stupid enough to go there.
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