Huckleberry's is quaint in design. Service is good. Food is certainly acceptable but not "fine" dining. I ordered Delmonico stead rare and it was medium rare...but I have found that in most places "rare" is the way to order if you want "medium rare." House merlot was good. Spouse's stuffed (crab and shrimp) sole was excellent. Vegetables were done properly...al dente. Salad was good. We were there on a rainy Wednesday night before "the" season starts so while the place was busy it wasn't necessary to have reservation. It would definitely be necessary in season. We also had breakfast here. Too much food. Spouse had eggs sunny with ham and hash brown potatoes. Eggs were excellent, ham was good but not a very big piece and the potatoes were not good. I had scrambled - supposedly two eggs but this had to be more or it was a very large hen! They were just ok. Sausage was salty and again, potatoes were left on my plate. So dinner was a whole lot better than breakfast and when the total for breakfast (with tip) comes to $24 that's too much. We would have done better to go to the diner down the road. Now having said all of that we would go back for dinner and skip breakfast.
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