This is a fun historic place to stop for lunch or dinner. The oysters are amazingly fresh and tasty. They have five different kinds and we got 2 of each. (Expensive at $2.75 each!) Then we got two more. We could have eaten about 20 each - so good! The artichoke and crab cakes were nice - not too much filler. Good wine list and good service. They did a great job on the renovation…the Ball jar pendant lights, glass bottle collection and local photography are perfect.
We will be back and soon!
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