We ate here after reading reviews and my husband had the clam chowder which I also tasted and it was delicious. He had the sea food pasta which was nice joy ok. I had fish and chips thinking it would be safe, but the fish...More
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Sat at the bar and ordered a Bloody Mary...iiiiick..it was the worst I have ever had...stay away from that...but the food was great...has clam chowder and that was delicious...seafood pasta was pretty good...and shrimp scampi was pretty good too...overall it wasn't memorable and if I...More
Had lunch at the bar overlooking the harbor. Congenial and attentive bartender, nice wine selection by the class, fast service and good food. My husband had clam chowder which he said was excellent and I had shrimp/crab louie salad. Fabulous San Francisco-style sourdough bread.
Food is consistantly good, we especially enjoy sitting at the bar and having the local favorite, mussels or clams, taking in the harbor view and having their house margarita. It is a clean version not made with margarita mix, it is tart and yummy.
Over crowded. Too expensive and poorly served. Locations a ten. After that, the food and overall experience is a 5. You can do a lot better at Lure or other fish houses in SB. Definition of a tourist trap
Always good but not great. Usually crowded but with efficient service. Consistent and reliable. Sit outside if you can and enjoy the harbor view.
Have eaten at Brophy Brothers many times. The views are spectacular. But this time in late August the food was just ok. The service and our server was excellent. The clam chowder was very good. I had fish and chips. The French fries were fairly...More
Before dining I asked twice whether food was prepared using monosodium glutamate (MSG). I was assured two times they did not use MSG in their food. Almost immediately I was sick as I have a reaction to MSG. My criticism is not simply that I...More
This is sister location to Santa Barbara restaurant. Food is a far cry from S.B. Ordered steamed mussels and fish/chips. In Santa Barbara, mussels are cooked in water, garlic, butter. Here the order was a dish full of oregano, cracked peppercorns, and bay leaves. There...More