We came on a sunny and busy Saturday afternoon, but had no problem finding a waterfront table. Service was more efficient than attentive, but still decent. We both had beer and a broiled crab cake sandwich, which was very good: all chunky meat, no filler, just a tad dry due to broiling. Seasoning was light, but we requested lemon (there was tartar), which along with a portion of Old Bay meant for the fries added a bit of interest. Portion of fries was generous, but cole slaw was very small and very sweet. We were shocked that oyster shells from another table went straight into the trash rather than being reserved for restoring oyster bars as is the norm in this region. Overall a very pleasant experience.
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