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American, Bar, Seafood
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Reviewed October 1, 2020

This is a perfect example of a quaint, New England-style restaurant. The interior is decorated with unique nautical decor, but the real attraction is the train caboose attached to one side of the restaurant. I ordered the baked scallops Monterey, which was unbelievably delicious. My...entree came with a side salad and warm, crusty rolls. For dessert I had the creme brulee. The service was quick and the waitress was very friendly. I love visiting local restaurants when traveling, so this was the perfect option for me. Would definitely visit again!More

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed September 15, 2020

If you’re in town you must stop here for lunch or dinner. The service was as amazing as the food. The kids were entertained by having their dinner upstairs in the caboose! What an awesome experience for all of us!

Date of visit: September 2020
Reviewed July 30, 2020 via mobile

I ate here a few nights ago, we were a party of 4, 3 adults and 1 child, all extremely hungry. These workers need help and they need to prioritize the in house customers. **Note... It’s Long, short version...go somewhere else.*** While waiting for a...table, we asked if they had a drink menu, we were handed a paper menu with the wine and beer listings. After about 10 minutes i walked over to her post and saw the drink menu with cocktails which is what we wanted, i explained to the your girl that we were given the wine/beer list and there was a actual drink menu, she asked me if i wanted to see it? While we waited the 25 minutes they received 2-3 take out orders. Once seated, we literally sat 20 minutes with no contact other then I will be right with you. The bartender took it upon him self to take our drink orders, make and serve them. You get the idea. There were maybe 4 tables inside and I think a big party in another room..... 2 (Two) waitress’s! I get the virus, I get just opening ( not sure when they did). The food was awful, i ordered the seafood casserole, it was Burnt, Burnt, Burnt and soo small, other then that it was good. My cousin ordered chicken parm, the cheese was melted and hard as a rock, totally inedible, the waitress asked if she wanted it wrapped up,she said no it was inedible here, so it would be at home too...... silent, nothing. My daughter got a turkey sandwich and was ok. We waited at least 45 minutes for this, on top of 25 minutes to be seated! They were out of mint for a mojito , they were out of cole slaw... and so on. The $12 drinks were served in Juice glasses filled with ice. I kept on saying, they ave been here for 38 years, it must have been good at one point. The hostess needs more training, they need to fire who is charge or ordering food, they need to hire more help, not only did the bartender take our drink order and serve it, we saw him back in the kitchen, and was the only one who apologized.I wanted to speak to the manger, but my family was too tired and disgusted and quite frankly still hungry after paying, not to mention i don’t even know if, there was anyone there. I certainly hope they get it together.More

Date of visit: July 2020
Reviewed February 29, 2020 via mobile

This is a small place that has been around a long time. Nothing fancy, it has a caboose which is a cute novelty. The food is okay, nothing special but not bad. They do not have a deep fryer so no fried food including French...fries, but you can get oven baked fries.More

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed February 9, 2020 via mobile

We went to dinner there last night. We started off with Shrimp cocktail which was delicious. The shrimp was large. Then we both had seafood dinners. I had baked acrid with potato and the girlfriend had seafood casserole with potato. Both were cooked to perfection....At the end we shared a dessert. The service was great. The restaurant is rustic inside and a nice atmosphere. Would go there againMore

Date of visit: February 2020
Reviewed October 15, 2019

I have been at this restaurant several times. It is an old building with a cute little gift shop attached. The food is nothing special. Sandwiches and burgers are good. Dinner entrees are plain and not that special.

Date of visit: September 2019
Reviewed October 13, 2019 via mobile

On a chilly evening this was a great place to visit with it’s warm atmosphere and very friendly service. As crowded as it was we were served promptly. There was good piano music to keep us entertained. Our food was very good and we each...enjoyed our meals very much. There is a very nice general store you can walk into from the restaurant and they have a very wide array of “local” merchandise. Very nice selection indeed.More

Date of visit: October 2019
Reviewed September 5, 2019 via mobile

If you’re looking for a local spot with delicious food, great service, and Music nightly this is a place to stop. There’s no water view but the nightly specials and piano Music make up for that. If you’re there on a Friday the biggest scrod...is some of the best I’ve ever eatenMore

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 23, 2019

Charming olde time restaurant with a really nice attached gift shop. For the kids, there is dining in an attached train caboose complete with a ladder for your kids to eat above you in the attached loft. The atmosphere is as friendly as can be...and the whole experience is just great. There is a piano for entertainment and there is a fireplace for the cold winter nights. Gil at the bar is super. The food is wonderful and quite reasonable. The prime rib special is amazing. The kids and wander in the gift shop while mom and dad are enjoying a cocktail while waiting for dinner. Excellent service. Although it is not a fancy place per se, this is a favorite of mine for special family gatherings just because it is so family friendlyMore

Date of visit: August 2019
Reviewed August 9, 2019 via mobile

Our family used the island queen from Falmouth to Martha’s Vineyard. The ferry was clean, on time, and a very adequate form of transportation to and from the Vineyard. Adults were $18.00, and kids were $14.00, I believe. The fare was reasonable and under $20...per person. They do have a snack bar on board that offers food, drinks, chips and candy. The seats are first come first serve. Although the boat was full, the seating was fine. The trip itself took about 45 minutes. A short trip to see a beautiful island.More

Date of visit: August 2019
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