I don't know about you, but for me and my wife, fending off flies while trying to eat dinner is not terribly appetizing. (Otherwise we'd do a picnic!)
Oddly enough, this was not our first time here. In our previous visit, less than a month ago, we had a much better experience (no flies - hot tasty food).
This time, the food itself wasn't bad, but I had to send my bowl of clam 'chowdah' back for reheating and our stuffed mushroom appetizers were pretty cold too. Surprisingly, my wife's seafood chowder and my son's chilli was plenty hot. The restaurant was pretty empty and not busy at all, so I don't exactly know what the excuse was.
My shrimp scampi was pretty dull in the taste department. However, my wife's baked seafood casserole, although pricey (around $24), was very tasty.
Service was okay, but we had to wait to get the check longer than I'd like.
Between the appetizer, soups, entrees and fountain sodas, we averaged $33 per person.
I rated the atmosphere as terrible - 'cause of the flies.
Based on having had 2 very different experiences on both of our recent visits here, I would say that there is a lack of consistency. So...if you're the type that likes to gamble, give it a shot!
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