A pleasant setting in an old house near the edge of town on Route 3. You can sit in the garden or on the porch when weather and bugs permit. They're equipped to deal with a full house effectively -- critical in July and August, when some local eateries get overwhelmed.
They don't over-fancify the menu - good salads, crab cakes, try the lobster mac and cheese. Good selection of wines, some of which are available at the wine shop next door.
Good for a couple or a larger group.
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