Had dinner at the bar. The restaurant has a traditional old school, no frills kind of flavor. It's a bit dimly lit with the traditional dark wood bar. They fit quite a few seats and what feels like a cramped space. There is one TV. I don't think it was HD and certainly not an elaborate flat screen, so I wouldn't come here if you want a good look at a game. Seemed to have a very local flavor, which is fine.
If you walked by on the side walk and peeked inside, you might think it was a bit of a dive with the usual greasy pub food. To be fair, the food is a bit better than that, but nothing overly inventive. Much of the menu is the traditional fare from chicken pot pie to beef stew to meatloaf. There is also a decent selection of fish on the menu.
I had the crab cakes which were average at best. They might have been home made, but looked more like they came from a box and were fried up on a skillet. And there was no lump meat at all. Price was about $12.
I followed it up with the scallop dish, which was tasty but only came with four medium sized scallops for around $25.
As far as alcohol, a short list of wines by the glass, all under $10, and a half dozen or so beers on tap. No cocktail menu at all, so definitely old school.
Service was friendly, but no real Wow. I'd say there are better choices in Rye for a similar or better price.
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