The service was friendly and efficient. Restaurant clean. However, it seems to not have a clear identity. The name suggests it is a casual pub atmosphere but it's more upscale casual Italian. There's a lobster on the sign but there are only a few seafood dishes on the menu - the only lobster being lobster Mac & cheese. The pizza other people ordered looked good & is hand tossed so I would suggest that. I wouldn't recommend the fried haddock. Being from New England I expected a thicker, beer battered fish. Instead, it came out as a cornmeal old bay batter that left it dry. My husband's burger came out well done instead of medium. I expect to pay a bit more during vacation and good food is well worth the cost. Our dinner at Good Times felt like a waste and it is overpriced for what it is. I'm not sure where the great reviews are coming from other than the good service. Our server was very nice.
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