We decided to try out The Tavern On The Coast for a last minute get together. The outside gave the impression that this was going to be a little more pricey than I had anticipated spending. Atmosphere was very nice. We sat outside near the fireplace. You won't want to sit right next to it, but close enough to get the nice bonfire vibe it gave.
The menu was pretty simple: A list of appetizers, salads and main dishes. We started with a few different choices from the appetizer list and ordered our entrees.
Our table all ordered different entrees that gave us a chance to see which was best. Fish & chips seemed to be fairly large. No complaints other than we had to ask for the malt vinegar and got a little cup full. Steak salad was good sized. Steak was good to a medium well perfectly. The cheeseburger was also a good portion. It came with ketchup, but no mustard and was told they didn't have any other than the dijon they brought out—again in a little cup. It came with a baked potato (they called them frys) cut into fourths. We had another salad which seemed to be fine as well. Last dish was the salmon. That was the best looking and most suited dish I would have expected to see in this place.
Overall, nothing was really bad, but it wasn't the experience I was expecting. The prices were higher than normal for this kind of menu (that burger was $16) but that's what you get when you eat near the beach in a non-chain location.
If you go in expecting to pay a little more money for the experience of eating outside with friends with fairly average food, you should like this place pretty well.
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