Historic. Well-prepared, creative entrées, such as garlic shrimp linguine and lobster and scallop brandy gratin, make up a menu full of interesting choices. The mid-1800s home is loaded with character, from its old wood floors to its wrought-iron light fixtures. A sampling of their fine seafood chowder is a sure hit. The foods are rich with taste of fresh ingredients. Be sure to save room for my favorite dessert, the lemon panna cotta. Not only is it delicious, it's artistically presented. A delightful gift shop is where you will enter before dining. There's an additional patio area with umbrellas and gardens in the back. The staff is very friendly and provides attentive yet casual service.