Pride of ownership and attention to detail make this little neighborhood spot worth a trip. First time there enjoyed a very leisurely and inexpensive breakfast and a long conversation but was never made to feel like we were taking up space. Second time for a fish sandwich on a busy Saturday evening. To my pleasant surprise, a side of tomato soup was exceptional. Atmosphere is casual, all ages in attendance. Service is friendly, food is fresh and hot, prices are very reasonable. Plan on being a semi-regular in 2014 and looking forward to trying the rolled oysters on my next visit.
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