Walk in, drive in or tie your boat up dockside, however you arrive, you will be glad you came.
You can eat inside but save that for incumbent weather.
The outdoor tables are nestled right along side the Chesapeake & Delaware Canal making for a wonderful water side setting.
Sunsets are spectacular as the sun sets directly into the water.
While I was there last, yacht large enough to have a small airplane runway on the top, lumbered in and a party of 20 got off and took over a deserted area putting tables together for their event.
No one seemed to notice . . . I guess because no plane was landing at the time.
There are ample bars where one can start the evening with a drink before a table is ready.
The usual bar drinks are all available and if you have a specialty that is not on the menu, well, the bartender will be happy to provide it for you.
The dinner menu is ample, esp. with seafood.
But what would you expect from an area noted for its seafood.
We started off with a clam dip; then my daughter in law ‘s dinner came with three 5 oz lobster tails; my son, the landlubber, had surf and turf, my wife had rainbow trout and I, almond crusted salmon.
Considering the crowd, the food came sooner than expected.
The price does not reflect the restaurant’s popularity; this is a place you can afford to come to impress someone.