Anthony's Homeport is across the road from another Anthony's and overlooks the water in a bright and open restaurant, I had a party of eight Chinese guests and we managed to be given a round table, which was perfect and very democratic! The food was good. It started with two bowls of fresh fruit including local strawberries) and a basket of sweet bread with fancy butter.There is lots of seafood (and steak, and crepes with strawberries, french toast for the youngest guest). There looks to be a good array of wines and beers. I ate trout. which came as an enormous portion and was delicious. Two companions ate the very fresh salmon. It is moderately expensive but I think good value. My slight disappointment was that there was no Earl Gray tea and the tea water in typical American fashion was not freshly, despite the tea party si important in American history.
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