We stopped here on the recommendation of a gentleman we met on the beach who said we had to go and have the chowder. So we did. It was pretty much the only thing we could afford on the menu, but delicious. For the two of us, two soups, two coffees, and I think maybe a piece of garlic toast?, the bill was over thirty dollars. The ambience and decor are flawless. perfect beachfront location. No outside tables as it's too windy and wild at that point. Lovely. I would love to go back and spend more money.
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