This resturant is no longer open for business as a sea food resturant. It is now a pancake resturant.
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After 50 + years, the seafare inn is closing, it's too bad, since the only thing needed was a little imagination with the food, and maybe changing the oil more often. At times the food was good, but lately the parking lot was less full,...More
For many, many years now, we know when we want good seafood served hot and fresh that our first choice will be the Seafare Inn. Evidently, many others often have the same idea because you can usually expect a short wait if it's around dinner...More
13 miles from the ocean and all their fish product is frozen. It tastes mushy and had no flakiness.and no taste. I ordered orange roughy as the waiter advised it would be less mushy than the sole. Sides served in tiny saucers, cole sale so...More
Always enjoyable. We often eat here for dinner and occasionally for lunch. Very fresh fish with more than adequate portions. Always Great service!
My husband loves the Fried Clams !!! He says they are very good here. I've had the Halibut and it was very good. And cooked just right. They don't offer Sour Cream with the Baked Potatoes though. I thought that was weird. But everything is...More
I met a friend for lunch here, and we both enjoyed the entire experience. We had the light lunch breaks – I had catfish, and my friend had trout. Lunch for two, plus beverages, came to about $25. That's a great price for a nice,...More
There is something to be said for older. The seafood is fresh everytime. Portions are generous. As it has been in business for 50 years says something about the quality of the food and service.
The food is always good with their specialty being fresh fish. Service and value could be better at times but still worth it because of the seafood.
Eating there for years. Moved out of town but every time I'm back in town, it is a must stop for great food.