Stopped here for lunch and the food was excellent. We sat outside overlooking the water. Staff was great
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We ate here in March, and it was a very busy place. Because we were a couple, we had no wait for a table as we were happy to eat outside. Service was good, we were served promptly, despite it being busy. We were able...More
Scully’s is packed in the evenings, a real lively party atmosphere. Busy Busy Busy! Impossible to serve the huge area crowds during prime Dinner hours. But it’s in a great location, so will continue to draw, in spite of bad food & poor service. Tourists...More
Visited this place based on good ratings from Trip Advisor. We chose the deck area to have a good view of the bay. The scenery was nice, and my family enjoyed it. The food we ordered was just “ok”. Nothing special to brag about. I...More
We went on a Wednesday night and had to wait 45 min but could see empty tables. Maybe didn’t have the staff. The waitress who sit is and gave us menus could not answer any questions I think she was new. I ordered the fish...More
Most disgusting washrooms ever...will not go back until they renovate...no need for this in modern America...one toilet for men and one for women...how is this okay
Only restaurant we went to and picked it for it’s seafood and outside seating. We ordered the grouper to share with broccoli and baked potato. We also ordered a house salad. They only have 2 dressing to choose from -strange for a big restaurant. We...More
Overrated! I'm guessing it was so busy because of the limited amount of options in the area to seat larger parties. Our waiter said that the menu had recently been updated but they took quite a few things off of it. I had the "spicy"...More
This is a very loud and lively (and crowded) place. The atmosphere is fun and friendly and the live band was very good. We also tried the chicken wings which were huge and tasty. Bartenders were awesome. Recommend.
Scully’s has totally lost their value—inferior service, drinks and food. Guess when you have the best view on the Boardwalk that should be enough—wrong. Too bad because it was always worth a visit but not anymore— say it again— Don’t Bother.