There is a very limited dinner menu with unimaginative selections. Two of us got the special - fried oysters- and they were marble sized. The "corn fritters" are pancakes with corn mixed in. Our other food was just so-so. On a positive note, The salad bar was small, however everything seemed very fresh. Service was friendly and good. Might be a good choice for breakfast, but I don't think we'll be back to try it.
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