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We stopped by for a late lunch while spending the day on our rented Boston Whaler. I had read about this spot and noted that it was great for lunch. We had the sweetest bartender/server who gave us tips for other activities during our stay....More
Great lunch spot on Stocking Island. Much better than any thing you can get at Chat n Chill! Don't get me wrong...stop there for a drink but definitely plan on eating here! Tuna wrap with sweet potato fries...delicious. Other couple had the burger and said...More
We ate at Chat N Chills for a few days before we realized this place existed. Relaxed atmosphere, friendly service, great food, and a beautiful view. When we first walked in we thought the prices might be higher because it looks a little higher end...More
I was disappointed when I saw the menu but delighted when I tasted it. I tried the tuna which was nicely cooked as well as the wings and fish Caesar. The staff were lovely and the other visitors were really friendly.
This is the #1 value for money restaurant we visited for lunch on our trip. We liked it so much I think we went three times (at that involved swimming across a little channel!) The owners are a lovely South African couple, and the servers...More
It's right next to Chat N Chill, so it's an easy restaurant to miss. Located slightly up on a hill, it serves as the restaurant for a small boutique resort, St. Francis. The restaurant has mainly outside seating overlooking the harbour. Beautiful and a great...More
We had a very good lunch at St Frances during our recent trip. The restaurant is very quiet and offers a vast selection of options for lunch. The staff was very friendly and the view from the patio was amazing.
We stopped here for lunch on our rented boat from Minn's. It was perfect timing as there was a light rain falling and the clouds were dark. By the time we finished lunch, it had cleared up and we were on our way for a...More