Food: They were conveniently out of the less expensive oysters 1.50-2.00/ shell, but had Glidden point (which we soon learned were local) on "special" for $27/dozen. Come to think of it...their website advertises these for 24/dozen (which I realize now). Also got a pound of mussels. Mussels were plentiful, but I think that they sat in the window for a while...they were dried out and a touch rubbery. Oysters ended up being very good, but I suppose our oyster palate is not yet refined. We found them just as good as much less expensive oysters.
Service: From the moment we walked in, we didn't feel overly welcome. They were setting up for a wedding, but otherwise we were one of 3-4 parties in the place. The server decided it would be a good idea to bring things to us in multiple trips...food, silver, saltines...you get the picture. It took a lot longer than raw oysters and mussels should take. I would hate to be here when it was busy!
Verdict: There are multiple less expensive options a short walk from here. I understand this place was vacant for a while and I DO give the owners props for filling the storefront...now to work on keeping it open. We wish them luck, but we won't be back.
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