As several Chincoteague reviewers have noted, hardly anyone goes to Chincoteague for the culinary experience, but that does not mean you can' t have a very enjoyable dining evening. My wife and I had just such an evening at Etta's. This family-run restaurant serves good seafood (I had the oysters, my wife the crab cakes; mine was good, hers outstanding), accompanied by acceptable side dishes. We were fortunate to be there on a near perfect summer evening, and sat in the screen-enclosed open-air patio overlooking the inlet. A great place to sit, relax, enjoy a leisurely meal, sip a glass of wine...or two. Etta's is a place with easy country hospitality. From the lovely grandmotherly type who met us as we entered to our server, the staff was great. If you remember where you are, you, too, can have a memorable evening, as we did.
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