I was there for the first time with a friend who goes often and likes it. Curiously, the bar is on a lower level along with a more casual dining area, I am told. We didn't visit it, but ate on the main level. Even at low tide, the view is atmospheric and lovely. The server was cheerful and friendly and prompt. The food was very good, perhaps the best ever Cole slaw I have had. It had some mystery bits in it that were delicious. The crab mac and cheese tasted great, but needed a soup spoon to eat easily, more a thick soup than your usual mac and cheese. This was midweek in slow season, so not many tables were taken, which was nice. My pet glitch is that their laundry is not serving them well. The napkins smell like they are from a cheap commercial laundry that doesn't care - they have that too-many-times washed, old food smell to them. That is not a problem at all if you don't smell your napkins, but management should find a new laundry asap. I'd go back any time.
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