In some ways a very unlikely spot for such a fine restaurant. Salisbury is a very small honky-tonk seaside town, southern-most in a line of others on the Mass./New Hampshire border. The building is what might be called sturdy, not much in the way of elegance which again would be misplaced. The reason however is obvious. It is smack-dab on the Atlantic ocean where the view is amazing for the nautical types and the weather can be challenging.
The other main attraction is the show venue that it shares the building with - Blue Ocean Music Hall. Haven't taken in a show there yet, but it's bound to happen. Therefore, a great opportunity for dinner and a show.
As for the restaurant, it has a modern interior, very spacious with large windows onto the ocean. Our family dined there on a Saturday night and they were doing a business which surprised me due to its being April in a sea-side town. The noise levels were moderate but not overwhelming. Service from greeting to our departure was very good.
The menu was big, about 20 or more entrees and not just seafood which might be expected given the setting. They have a good selection of starters and salads as well. One of our party had a creative dish of duck confit on a bed of spicy Asian noodles which was very good. The other two succumbed to the seafood - a typical casserole, excellent comfort food, and a lobster "bolognaise" - a clever preparation. They probably use more cream than most other restaurants. And for the deeply nautical, a descent raw bar.
Bottom line - if you're in the area and have some coin and are itching for fine dining, do make the effort.
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