Lisa W said it well in her review, but this little spot deserves special mention. It's at the far end of town, not as easy to just stumble across, and tucked behind the newer "Doc's", which doesn't hold a candle to Hudson Point Cafe. It's an old building but has great views of the marina a few steps from the front door. The servers are the best anywhere. My mother loves going there for lunch on our frequent outings, and our server, Dina, always treats her like an old friend, even remembering her birthday, what trips we're taking, what food and beer we love, etc. Great choice of beer, including local microbrews. Fantastic seafood. I love the salads, too. Fresh, local ingredients. Nice seating in booths or along the windows. Cruise into the marina on your boat and walk about 10 feet into Hudson Point Cafe, formerly known as Otter Crossing, due to the otters you sometime see resting outside.
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