Went about 8 on a Sunday evening and the place was almost empty. That was nice since I hate holding a pager for a table. The server was friendly and efficient. Since it was a late dinner we were hungry and ordered the appetizer sampler plate. The calamari was a bit under cooked and there weren't enough chips to go with the dip but the server brought some more chips out for us no-problem.
When the meals came out, I was astonished at how little food there was in the kids snow crab. It was a tiny piece of crab and small cob of corn for $9. The rest of the table had decent meals except for my crab cake salad. Don't let the photo on the menu fool you. It was a big bowl of lettuce with a tiny flat crabcake on it for $11. The worse part is when I took a bite it tasted like burnt toast! I flipped it over and the bottom was totally chared! The manager did come over to offer something else and said something about a new way of cooking the crab cakes on a skillet but I wasn't interested and just had some of the fried fish and shrimp from the other diners. If you dare to order crab cakes make sure you ask to have yours baked in the oven not burnt on a skillet!
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