Great little marina restaurant, prompt and helpful service. Our waitress was spot-on with her recommendations.
The cream of crab soup lived up to its reputation - big pieces of crab, savory Old Bay cream soup. Yum.
My wife and I both had the crab cakes - mine broiled, hers fried. Get the fried (the crispy bits are heavenly) but the broiled were quite fine. Easily a pound of crab on my plate with an ounce or less of binder.
Sides are steam table standard, but certainly eatable.
The wine list was cute - hand written on a "guest check" - if not memorable but you should find something drinkable (we had a Kendall-Jackson Chardonnay).
Soup, two crab cake platters (each a lb of crab) and a btl of wine, $100 inc. tip. A good deal.
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