Popular with locals, this reputable Portuguese restaurant is busy, particularly on weekends. Its energetic mood feels like a party looking to happen. The menu lists a good variety of traditional dishes, most incorporating fresh local seafood, along with some American standards. The spicy shrimp Mozambique and marinated cubed pork and littlenecks dishes are some of the best in an area known for Portuguese cuisine. The portions here are enormous and are great for family sharing. Only cash is accepted though they do offer an ATM on the premises. The main dining room presents a pleasant, bright and homey face, with décor that only hints of Portuguese culture. Still, the local flavor is abundantly obvious with Portuguese being spoken.