A great spot for a quick (not fancy) seafood meal. Quite small and crowded but "homey" with walls covered with memorabilia, photos and licence plates from around the world presumably from past satisfied customers. The seafood chowder may be the best I've ever had. Diners around us seemed very pleased with scallops, mussels and lobster. The servers were charming and genuinely interested in making sure that we were enjoying our meal. We almost didn't get a table without a reservation. In high season I would recommend calling ahead.
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