Sturbridge seafood is terrible. When you arrive the tables are set with wine glasses. Before you are seated or ask you what you'd like to drink these are whisked away and your water is served in mason jars. The waitress didn't write down our order and brought us the wrong order. Everyone who came in after us got their order before us. We witnessed 2 other people being brought the wrong order, and it is a small place. Warning if you sit at a table near the bar you will be crowded by other people waiting for a table to open up. There is no salt or pepper on the table. If you'd like some you have to ask for it. They do put a small bowl of flavorless chips on the table, no dip or salt though. There were children climbing in the benches, running around, and pushing their chairs across the floor. I really just wanted to pay for the drink and leave. When the food finally did arrive it was a disappointment. I got the blackened sword fish and it lacked flavor and was dried out. The blackened part came from charring not seasoning. Imaging morning leftovers hash browns with a handful of peas, some bacon bits, and a few rubber old pieces of lobster. This is what the sword fish sat on top of. There was no butter or lemon, so I had to ask for the salt and pepper just to make it palatable. My husband got the lobster and it was overcooked and rubbery, with 3 muscles one of which wasn't opened and 2 clams. The meals were 26 dollars each and didn't come with a salad or roll and they are not good, edible, but not enjoyable. I thought maybe the dessert would be a saving grace but they were just cupcakes and the local bakery grocery stores have better dessert options. People that like this have never been to the Sole. I just can not pretend this was good just because it was expensive.
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