Lisa's has indoor and outdoor seating. We sat at the bar area with diner type booths.We were greeted by the owner who was also our waitress. She was very welcoming and a strong Northern sales person, but it was refreshing for us since we were also from New Jersey. Lisa made several suggestions of dishes. We tried the fried oysters which were delicious, but there were only 4 larger size ones and for $9 we thought there should have been 6. My Friend got the Maryland Crabcake sandwich since it seemed to be the signature dish.It was good, but needed to be a bit thicker for the money. I had the Fried grouper sandwich which ended up being the best thing that I ate my entire trip.The prices were a bit up there, but it is a resort area. We ended up paying much more for less better quality food elsewhere and often said that we should had gone back to Lisa's.
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