I've been goint here for years (about 15) and is was a visual and gustatory delight. It was quaint in a location that ain't. With thousands of taffy-chewing adults dragging complaining kids away from the beach, this place was a quiet, serene respite in the sea of cacophony. Servers knew this and helped you escape the madding crowd. Your were treated as a black-tie diner, even though you were in shorts and sandals.The food was inventive and garnished way beyond expectations. As the new paint has worn off the porch, so has everything else. Food has become pedestrian, wait staff insensitive. Only the high prices have remained constant. I'll go back when I start hearing some glowing reviews.
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