My wife and I were in town for the Labor Day weekend and ate here Sunday Evening. We had Groupon so went all the way. The fresh made Mojito's hit the spot after a very warm day! We had some local Oyster's on the half shell for starters and they were a bit on the small side but perfectly fresh and tasty.
Both of us opted for the Seafood Pot (forget exactly what they called it). It had snow crab legs, mussels, clams, shrimp, sausage, corn, and potatoes.
There was plenty in it and all except the snow crab legs (which of course come in frozen from elsewhere) was fresh and good. There was a nice spice in the broth which beat some other places where these are kind of boiled/bland. Considering the location they should have used local blue, which were available all over town fresh, but I wouldn't call that a deal breaker. Staff was friendly and the view was excellent. When we went in we asked for a table by the window which wasn't available so sat at the bar till it was ready and decided to stay there for the elevated view. Not a gourmet seafood house, but then the prices aren't gourmet either. The only other place in town we ate at for dinner, besides cooking in, everything was from freezer to the same deep fry pot so this was a welcome relief.
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