We didn't plan to, but we ended up eating lunch and dinner in this restaurant on a recent November Saturday.
We were looking for a restaurant with a waterside view and a seafood menu...this fit the bill for lunch and we were seated in the bar area by the window. We really wanted to have lobster rolls, but to our surprise, they didn't have them on the menu. We actually decided to leave, and talked to the manager on the way out. She assured us that we could indeed get lobster rolls - they just weren't on the winter menu. So we stayed and had some lobster rolls, beers and Bloody Marys. One member of our party even had the whole lobster. We were glad we stayed because we enjoyed the food and the atmosphere.
Later that night, we were in a group of 8...after talking through a few options, the group settled on Waterfront, so that's how we ended up there twice in one day.
For dinner, we tried the lobster chowder (lobster stew?) and a whole lobster. Again the food was good and a good time was had by all...this is not fine dining, but a good option for casual lunch or dinner on the water.
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