It's like coming in a old general store, just precious! It was a store but for marine supplies and repairs. The spot is perfect by the river. You have some tables Inside, some outside, on the porch, sides, you can even go eat on the dock. It is a self serve restaurant with a nice menu. You pick your own captain's mug for coffee. We had a croissant ham and cheese and a cinnamon bun.
Don't forget to go see the craft-co-op in the back. There is a very good choice of locally made fine crafts(Wood, clay, leather, weaving, bird sculptures, little smocked bonnets and dresses) from many artisans and artists. Some things I had never seen anywhere else.
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