The atmosphere is very enjoyable with views of the bay and the large open ceilings make the restaurant feel roomy. As with all restaurants in resort towns, things are pricey. Two drinks, one soup, two sandwiches, $55 plus tip.
They are known for their lobster bisque so we had to get a bowl. Super thick soup, what we would call stewp. The bowl was loaded with lobster chunks and had a good flavor. I ordered a cheeseburger, medium well, but it arrived full of pink in the middle. A total turn off for me. My husband had the chicken bruschetta sandwich and liked it. Nine of it was exceptional, just a decent meal. I think menu selection is key.