The Sole Proprietor can be relied on to supply good food, good service in an upscale atmosphere. The menu is well stocked with fish selections, as well as others for eaters that do not enjoy fish. We were there as they were finishing up thier Crabfest, with Buster the Crab adorning their roof. Prices tend to be on the higher side, though not out of line with what would be expected at a restaurant of this caliber. Often gets very busy for lunch and dinner, and the bar is a crowded waiting space. You won't often be disappointed at the sole!
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