A very creative and diverse menu, something for almost everyone and very nicely prepared and seasoned. This was a big happy comfort food experience served with a warm and capable service staff. Nice sized portions, a view if the sun is still up and you are on the ocean side and a great bar with antique carved wooden panels lining the walls that were salvaged from an old Prudential building decades ago. I hope they know they are missing.
Stately ambiance and a place we would return to. There is often an inverse relationship between food quality and the popularity of a tourist destination as in, the town is so beautiful, the food only needs to be adequate. The Mews did not succumb to that easy out!
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