Went here on a Friday night, not very busy. Had the New England Clam Chowder, and the wife had the Halibut Corn Chowder. Both very good, but just a little on the pricey side. Neither soups had much seafood in them, a little disappointing. Son had a whole sandwich (that's how you order the sandwiches: the bread, the meat, the cheese, and the vegetables, then the dressings, then they ask you if want it toasted, whole or a half sandwich), and cost $11.00. A bowl of soup is $8.95 and a cup $6.95. They have a daily soup special that's not on the normal menu. The dining area itself is pretty small, not much moving around room, and the parking lot is about the same size. Good food, great for tourists. Not the greatest location though, kind of in the middle of a small street.
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