Afternoon on a drizzly day became sunny and wonderful after this lunch. The restaurant is in an old house, quite open and airy. There are stained glass insets in the windows bringing in a feeling of color and warmth. I have to say the Chowder must be something as an event prevented it from being on the menu today and we heard at least seven customers bemoan this loss. Vern had the Reuben (fresh made rye bread) and I had the roasted turkey sandwich with all kinds of yummy innards. We both chose the fries and the special dipping sauce, kind of smoky, it was very good. The fries are tender, and not greasy at all, we really enjoyed them. We both finished our meals. The server was really sweet and very efficient in her time management, covering the entire floor. I thought the prices were great, excellent value. When I used the ladies room (spotless!) I found there is a full bar on the other side of the place and also back porch dining (in better weather). We'll be going back to try that chowder this trip.