Went on a Monday night, the place was mostly empty. Basic tavern decor. Clean, quiet. I had the Clam Chowder, the thickest soup I have ever eaten. With no exaggeration, you could (an I did) stand a spoon in it. My main dish was the Seafood Zuppa, a tasty, garlicky dish served over pasta. Ample amounts of clam in the shell, scallops, shrimp and calamari. Very good, very large portion. The meal was served with your choice of a basket of Italian bread or corn bread. We got both and both were good.
The waitress was a nice young lady but a little absent minded as she forgot my clam chowder and for got the drink of one of my dining companions.
Price was good, about $20 bucks per person, though we are much by way of drinkers so there was only one beer in that tab.
All in all I would certainly make this a regular stop if I lived in the area.
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