My daughter and her boyfriend been there several times and love their clam chowder. She took me there for lunch. Of course we ordered clam chowder, my daughter warned me that chowder comes in shallow bowl gets cold very quickly, so I order a cup. It was very hot and tasty. We also ordered another appetizer, Sicilian Shrimp (consisted of 5 decent size out of shell shrimps in marina sauce (too salty, got very thirsty later on) and three diagonally thin slices of toasted garlic bread, $11.95). For entree, my daughter ordered one of the two specials of the day which was grilled/broiled Alaskan Salmon (3-ounce) on a bed of Caesar Salad for $19.95 (for lunch and small portion of salmon I considered it slightly high). I ordered calamarie with fries, but asked for fries substitution which was a small portion of the usual baby green salad with balsamic vinegar dressing, dried cranberries and toasted caramelized walnut. The taste and appearance of salad was familiar and typical, but still good. The calamarie was of generous portion and light breaded (not the usual thick breading), for $11.95 (good deal) All in all foods were tasty and good atmosphere. We sat outside on the boardwalk, but there was a main floor inside and an upstair which extended only to part of the building allowing one to look up and was beautiful. One thing I did NOT like was the restaurant would not accept American Express, I was totally disappointed and had to pull out Visa/Master. Had I known that American Express was not accepted, I'm not sure if I would eat there.
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