We visited early on a Friday evening. The decor was kind of industrial chi and pleasant.The waitstaff was attentive and knowledgeable, and assisted with our dinner selections. The help was needed as there were many interesting selections on the menu. I ordered a pizza which exceeded my expectations; the crust may be my favorite on the Cape, and the toppings, sauce and cheese all worked well together. Our other entree was a lobster risotto was a bit disappointing. The dish was well prepared and well presented but the lobster just got lost. I have come to believe that lobster needs to be lobster. It can't be lobster mac and cheese, it can't be lobster risotto, and unless it is really a top end version, it can't even be a lobster roll. So I think we've learned our lesson and I won't hold this against TCG. I saw far too many other interesting plates coming from the kitchen. The selection of draft beers may have been more limited than some other Main Street establishments but offered enough choices to satisfy the casual diner. Plus it was backed up by a substantial menu of bottled beers (which I appreciate given that I'm not impressed by the fussiness of a lot of draft beers). We did indulge in creme brulee and espresso for desert and found it just the right compliment to our meal.
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