This restaurant, nestled into a high dune above the Atlantic, is on the site of a historic lifesaving station. The excellent food (creamy light chowder, local oysters and clams, onion rings, grilled tuna) was matched by a joyous crowd enjoying the day and the site. We watched seals cavorting in the surf afterward from the parking lot!
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