You can now make a lunch here of clam chowder, fresh crab and smoked oysters. You cannot get fresh oysters in the summer. I now have to schedule another trip for the fall. They have two white wines and several sodas for sale (No beer). We sampled everything we could, enjoying the back patio overlooking the bay. There was a lady here this time and she was extremely helpful and friendly. The quaint town itself is also worth a visit when visiting the Long Beach peninsula but make sure you save room for at least a bowl of chowder while enjoying the view and the experience here..
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