Jimmy at the bar was excellent. He's a true professional. Knowledgeable of the local area and helpful with answers to questions.
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Only comparable with the seafood in San Francisco. This place is one of the best seafood that I had ever been, so fresh and delicious. Simplemente delicioso. No se puede dejar de ir.
Actually well lit and cleaner than I had remembered from a visit in 2002. We had young children with us, and the menu options were appropriate and actually plentiful. Had the Chowder (of course) and on the half-shell. The historical aspect is a nice touch,...More
My husband and I stopped in for lunch and thoroughly enjoyed the experience at this historic restaurant. We sat at the bar and the friendly bartender took good care of us, suggesting a "cup of chowdah" and the lobster roll. Both were wonderful! I wish...More
If you enjoy history and want to dine in a restaurant of historical significance then give this place a try. However, if you want an excellent dining experience with delicious tasting food you will most likely find better options in the area. We found the...More
We went to see the tall ships and stopped for lunch. No one in the restaurant knew where we should sit. They thought maybe there was a table available upstairs but they did not know. Finally, a young lady found us a table. The only...More
I am not a big oyster fan but I thoroughly enjoyed the mixed fried seafood plate (including the oysters) and the clam chowder. They had a wonderful Indian Pudding dessert too. There will most likely be a wait, but once you're seated the service is...More
One of the oldest restaurants in the US boasting some excellent seafood in a lovely setting. The raw bar is the first thing you see as you enter and it still has the original downward angled bar for the patrons of that era "standing" and...More
My husband loves oysters so we had to stop. There were no seats at the oyster bar but we got a nice table pretty quickly. Coming g from Houston where we get hue oysters pretty cheap, the oysters here were medium and pricey at $3...More