Salito's is typical of restaurants in many waterfront resort towns. It has a great view (really). The staff were pleasant and accommodating. The food was average for such places, which means not all that good, but the food is not the primary attraction. The main courses are served in battered aluminum pots. It's a certain style, I suppose, one that keeps costs down and speeds up prep in the kitchen. There's not much else to say for it. Parking was convenient. We will not rush back.
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