This is a very nice place for good, fresh, simply prepared seafood. The only non seafood item I can remember was a hamburger. There is a busy bar where it seems the locals come and a large seafood bar for fresh oysters and other crustaceons. The place will remind you of 'Cheers'. Noise level is substantial. The wife had a large crabcake, very good, and I had a perfectly cooked piece of flounder. Prices are what you would expect for a big city restaurant-$100-120 with a bottle of wine. Wine was pricey-most over $40 and if you are going to have a real wine list then you should have real wine glasses which they don't. Service was very friendly if not overly helpful. I'm not overly fond of the 'everything is wonderful' response from the waitstaff when you ask for their recommendations.
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