When we pulled up to this former industrial location (later found out train related) I was a bit weary. Asked my husband where our friends found this place? Inside was warm and well appointed with large booths and inviting color scheme and friendly staff. The food was very good as was the choice selection on the menu. We started with crabcakes, mussels (in a dijon cream sauce) and fries as well as a caeser salad. We were all pleased as with our entrees of Swordfish in a white wine/caper/onion sauce, baked stuffed shrimp (5 generous shrimp), pasta with clams in a white sauce and scallops. The portions were generous as was the Mud Pie afterwards. Our server was friendly and attentive without rushing us, and the home made tater tots are a must try. Our only criticism was that dinner came on top of our appetizers - not well spaced by the kitchen.Otherwise, we will probably be back.
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