This is a newer restaurant/brewery. When you enter the front door there are steps to go up and down which was surprising. The steps down are only about 5 and having a handicapped person in our party they were able to negotiate them. The hostess asked if we wanted to go up more steps to sit in an area with a view of the water but we chose to sit in a nice little dining area by the bar with a fireplace. The menu is not large but there is enough variety to please everyone. There are nightly specials. The tenderloin sandwich was very good. It is served with chips for $12 but can substitute ff for a small additional charge. The waitress was friendless and service was very good. I would recommend this restaurant.
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