Was craving seafood so we stopped by while heading through town on Memorial Day weekend, about 9 PM on a Saturday night. It was not crowded at that time--I know there can be lines out the door here on a summer weekend afternoon. It is sit-down dining with a family-style, old-fashioned clam-shack type atmosphere. Very limited martini menu, and not much in the line of beers for hubby, either--as a beer snob, he was not happy. I ordered scallops en casserole, hubby had tuna. My scallops were good, fresh, and sweet; hubby's tuna had a line of gristle running through it--neither of us was aware that tuna could have gristle. We both liked the cole slaw--it was not too wet. Fries were the beefy, krinkle-cut kind. We were satisfied with our waitress, who we found out had been with the restaurant for 27 years! All in all, nothing fancy here--just your plain and basic baked, broiled, or fried seafood. But if you are craving an authentic New England seafood experience, I would say this is a good place to go.