We've seen this restaurant through three or four incarnations since we've lived in town. The restaurant is at Tuckerton Seaport, and is housed in a very high-ceilinged room. It's a comfortable place, and when the weather is nice, you can sit in the perimeter at an outdoor table. It overlooks the bay, and is filled with old photos and mementos of the seafaring folks who founded this town. The menu is varied, with plenty of choices for anyone who is not vegan. The food is good, but not great. The best sandwich I ever had there was a buffalo chicken wrap, though I don't remember seeing it on the menu this last time we went there. I once had meatloaf there that was terrible, with hard parts in it, nearly inedible. But most of the food is fine, just nothing special.
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