So glad we persisted in trying to find this somewhat hidden gem! The waitress was pleasant, the menu quite extensive, and the prices & portions were an excellent value for delicious seafood. Both of us ordered the fried oysters, and one order came with shrimp as well. They were both excellent! The oysters were huge, lightly breaded, and tender, probably the best I've had. The tomato soup that came with the meal was thick and very good, although I would have preferred to not have the bacon flavor there. A warm loaf of dark rye, and a yummy potato/mushroom/onion casserole accompanied the dinner, very good as well. All of this for a reasonable price, especially when dining early. By the way, drinks were also well-priced and good.
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