This recently refurbished seafood landmark is a fantastic value and serves great seafood. I started with the Steamed clams. About 18 little necks arrived in a broth of tomato, wine, peppers, onions and garlic. The sauce was slightly hot but delicious. I used the provided bread to eat as much of it as I could. ($12) My entree was Pan Sauteed Crab Cakes. Two, good sized, crab cakes were served in a roasted pepper sauce with a large portion of steamed zucchini and summer vegetables. ($26) The crab cakes were lightly breaded and mostly pieces of lump crab mixed with a few peppers. The crab is what I tasted which is the way I like crab cakes. No fillers or excess additives. My wife had a bowl of Maine Clam Chowder. ($8.50) This surprised us. It wasn't your traditional heavy thick chowder but a thinner chowder with rich flavor. The soup had 6 Little Necks still in the shell. It was different but in a very good way. She loved it and from the few spoons I had I like it too. Her entree was Crabmeat Au Gratin. ($28) This dish consisted of large pieces of Lump crab meat mixed with a cream sauce made with cream and three types of cheese. I meant to ask what the cheeses were but forgot. One was definitely a cheddar. The dish arrived in a standard gratin dish filled to the top with crab and a smooth, deliciously hot, creamy concoction of crab and cheesy goodness. We asked for a house Cabernet but had to settle for a red blend which wasn't bad. ($14) Dessert was Creme Brulee ($6.50) and coffee ($1.95)
All in all I was very satisfied with the food and the service, our waiters name was Daniel. I would highly recommend this fine Seafood Restaurant and I will be back next time I'm in AC.
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