I'm surprised by reviews saying they didn't care for the food or it was over priced. My friend ordered oyster's rockefeller and they came out on a big platter and still brought one more out that wouldn't fit. The oysters were huge and they tasted great! All our meals were very good. (the clam linguinie was super) We had been in the area for almost two weeks and the price seemed comparable to the other restaurants we had been to. But even past the food, this is an experience to be had even if you just came over for a drink. You get on this little boat that will hold several (nothing fancy but nothing shabby either) You go 10 minutes through the canal waterway with lots of pretty houses to look at. Then you come up on literally what looks like a large garage. When you read the history you get what you are looking at and it makes sense.. When you get inside it is quaint and rustic and feels rich with history. I mean Roosevelt and Churchill used to meet here. Ernest Hemingway used to drink here and we were told that earlier this year Bill Clinton came here The food was great and our server was more than attentive but just to go to somewhere that isn't your usual beach fair or basic restaurant is pretty darn cool. It has been what we have told the folks back home about the most out of our whole trip. CapsPlace was unusual, interesting, a great meal and a great experience.
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