I suppose that you should expect some crowding in a smaller restaurant on Cape Cod in season, but in my opinion the tables were a bit smaller than I'd like. Service was good, but it seemed a little slow - of course, student workers have returned to school and the tourists keep coming, so it's understandable. The wine and food was superb - Calamari appetizer and Mussels in a garlic Creme Sauce for the entrée for me, Salmon for my wife. Average portions with an excellent presentation. Skipped dessert, but the menu looked interesting and I was definitely tempted.
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