I am not sure which Bob's Boathouse some of these folks went to, but I cannot see five stars here as the place is still working out the kinks and menu. I would have given it two stars, but the soup of the day was clam chowder and I must admit, it was some of the best I have had in a while. Perhaps we visited while the restaurant was too newly opened, or were too afraid to splurge on $21 shrimp romeoulade while sitting in an abandoned marina with the service staff dressed like a boat mechanic. I am not kidding, everyone is dressed in a mechanics shirt with the name Bob on it - personally I liked that, but it does not evoke a lot of confidence to spend more than $10 or $11 dollar on a plate of food. For that price, you are relegated to a fish sandwich, broasted chicken, hamburger, a salad or a hot stone with choice of shrimp, tuna, chicken, or beef. One daughter had the hamburger, the other had the broasted chicken, my wife had a salad and I tried the hot stone with beef. As you can see, other than the clam chowder, which was really good, we just could not bring ourselves to go heavy on the seafood here. Two items of note - the broasted chicken was not bad and I rather had fun with the 450 degree salted stone brought table side that allowed me to cook my own steak - it came with pita bread, onions, and green peppers so I made sort of a grilled steak pita sandwich. Perhaps we will give this place another try in a few more months, but only when they are serving clam chowder as the soup of the day again - May the Lord bless all of your meals with great company and great food.
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