In the center of town at the drawbridge, the restaurant is a short walk from the ferry terminal. A fantastic view of the harbor can be viewed from the balcony, some of which is covered, on the two waterfront sides of the building. The farm-to-table menu often changes based on what's freshest but often includes double-stuffed quohog and chowder, which shouldn't be missed. Among dinner possibilities are fried fish with Brussels sprouts, fry bread, and homemade tarter and a grilled rib eye. Those in the know come here for the intriguing menu and views over the ho-hum décor.
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