Service was excellent, the appetizers were delightful. The quality of the food was high. Beautiful!!
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t's been many years since we have visited this restaurant since we use to live somewhat far away. Last year we moved closer so I remembered the wonderful experience we had there years ago - I especially remembered the potato dish that was absolutely amazing....More
Didn't know this places existed, what a treat. We sat at the bar and ordered 2 Manhattans that were the BEST, and a sirloin pizza that was to die for. Obviously this place has a REAL chef. We will definitely come back.
Management accommodated our Family Celebration group of 19 on short notice for Memorial Day weekend. Great food and service. Server George and the rest of his crew couldn’t have been more helpful! Highly recommended!!!
Very good food. Extensive wine menu. Sat in first room on the right which was a little small and noisy from the open kitchen window.The main room looked really nice but no room left. The meal was fantastic and made up for the poor seating....More
The staff from waiters to cooks in this intimate Bistro at the rear of The Beachcomber Restaurant is a pleasant Surprise. The food that graced the table for the six of Us was hot, tasty and innovative - great experience.
This place never disappoints. Great food and great service. The Chilean Seabass is a must try if it’s on special the night you visit.
Dinner at Bobby's was very good. Everybody liked their choices which ranged from salads to pizza to ribs. They also have an excellent wine list. Service was a little underpowered, but all in all it was a very good experience.
While the menu is not huge, the selections are very good. The service here is good. This is a great place for a burger or salad with a bottle of wine. I prefer Bobby’s to the stuffier Beachcomber.
This is a hidden gem. It actually sits behind the Beachcomber restaurant and I was going to the Beachcomber, but was by myself and wanted something not as formal. I seen this place when I was walking down the street and knew that it was...More