Dropped by to try for the first time on Saturday for lunch. Crowd was small, perhaps 12 people with 8 sitting at one table in the bar area. Restaurant is small with tables crowded together. I'm sure if its crowded you are sharing conversations with neighboring tables whether you want to or not.
Order conch chowder, lobster bisque and a lobster roll for our meal. Soups arrived quickly as would be expected with the small crowd. Overall both were average. The conch chowder had plenty of potato's, celery, carrots but only two small piece of conch and was a little fishy tasting versus others I have had. The lobster roll arrived and looked very nice with good chuncks of lobster. However that as good as it got. It was very bland, the roll it was served on was soggy and fell apart when you attempted to pick it up. I was very disappointed. Finally the bill came and with tip lunch of two cups of soup, one lobster roll and one soda totalled just under $36. Very expensive for what I would say is average seafood at best. Don't think we will return. There are better places in the Denver area that serve better.
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