For those who crave a skillfully prepared dinner, which is moderately priced, and tending toward "comfort" dishes, Watermark is your answer. "Comfort" is used in a complimentary sense, as Watermark does not hold itself out as providing a "haute cuisine menu".
The menu lists three soups, about a dozen appetizers, and at least ten entrees,. The latter includes several fresh seafood dishes. The wine list is moderate.
Five separate dining spaces including three with a direct view of the Harbor itself. Dress warmly if you choose to eat outside on the deck, since August evenings can become chilly when the sun goes down.
Service is excellent.
Reservations are suggested. Last Tuesday night was virtually filled, as both the summer community and the year-round residents have discovered Watermarks, and patronize regularly.
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