Best thing about the place was the view, and we sat inside by a window, not even outdoors. But there are the boats, the lights on far shore, the marina, the bridge with the trains going by; very romantic. Candlelit tables. Food was pretty standard fare for a seafood place, most of it very good, just not outstanding in any ways except maybe the soup: menu described crab soup as "must-have," we agreed; good and creamy with sherry. Crab bites quite tasty. Husband had burger which was good meat, came w/great fries. Was not busy on the Wed eve we went, we had our pick of tables. Service a little slow, but that let us linger a bit in the great atmosphere. Felt prices were reasonable.
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