We agree, excellent clam chowder (this is coming from Mainers). They add cayenne, which we liked, but for some, maybe too much of a bite. While the chowder is amazing, the rest of the food we had was mediocre, yet it is one of the priciest restaurants in Cedar Key. For example, the Newport salad had canned California black olives, canned pickled beets, and so forth. The shrimp were good, but too pricey. We loved the chowder so much we went back for lunch the next day and stuck to the chowder, but also got a side of fires, which were frozen and tasted freezer burned. So, all in all amazing chowder, but I would leave it at that. One more suggestion, order the water without ice as the ice tasted really bad (that old stale ice flavor).
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