It seems like I only go to Sunshine by default when other restaurants are closed or super busy.
The food is nothing special though the service is good and they are earnest in wanting you to have a nice experience. The place is usually fraught with children tearing around, which is ok if you can knock a couple drinks back quickly.
The plates are spendy for what you get--small salads for 8 bucks, a very meager ham sandwich for $12 and an oyster sandwich on a round brioche bun with 4 oysters on it for $12. The oyster sandwich should be called "The Cole Slaw sandwich" because that's what it tasted like. The pizza was small and unremarkable except for the high price. Sunshine serves a meager repast in an area that has great restaurants. Beers are $5 a pint, but they are honest pints.
This isn't a destination restaurant unless you have kids and want to have them distracted by video games and shuffleboard. Then by all means go there. I wish I could say Sunshine is a destination restaurant, because the young staff really try hard and are attentive.
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