As you end your walk along the Marginal Way, you are greeted by the Oarweed Restaurant. The menu is mainly seafood with one alternate chicken and one meat meal. It is a pricey menu for the rustic decor of exposed beams overhead and small cafe table eatery outside.
Location is everything and the Oarweed has it. Hungry walkers coming to the end of the Marginal Way find themselves at the front door of the Oarweed. The rocky shoreline is right outside of the window and features a view of the Atlantic Ocean as far as the eye can see. Picturesque scenes near to shore change by the minute. Waves lap against the rocks and periodically a large breaker will bang its way into shore.
The half of roast chicken was excellent, tasty and juicy. We complemented it with white wine, the house green salad and warm rolls with real butter. This was a perfect meal for $15 p/person - a competitive price among the casual dining restaurants in this area.
The wait staff is attentive and plentiful and add to the dining experience in a very positive way. Enter by way of a wooden door with screen implants and there is a ramp for those who are mobility - challenged. However, be aware of the slant angle of the ramp because it is a bit steeper than most and has sandpaper embedded into the wood.
As you arrive, the first sign is for valet parking. It is at the rear of the building and not easily accessible for guests. Walkers, wheelchairs, canes and other assistive devices will find it difficult to get to the entry. There is NO parking for the disabled visitors. This is the one thing, in my opinion, that lowers the rating for our dinner visit.
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