This was our third year vacationing on MV, our first night we decided to give this place a try as previously we enjoyed their take out. I can relate to some of what the other reviews might have found inadequate BUT my overall opinion is the place is very good and the people are extremely gracious, hospitable and friendly. You can not train a service team to perform in the manner we were served, you have to select your team and blend them together and I will say someone does an excellent job at selecting the team. Our server made us so comfortable that we asked for a photo of us and turned out to be our best photo of the vacation.
The food was not inexpensive, it is pretty standard within any of the restaurants on the island. They offer a wide selection of items but being so close to the ocean and our first night, we obviously ordered seafood. We had soups and salads. They have a very good chowder here. I had the Lobster Newburg - a dish common in the 1970's rarely seen on a menu these days. It was served encroat and steaming as it arrived. I have not had Lobster Newburg in many years and it was quite tasty. I had the Rice and Corn on the Cob as sides which were portioned appropriately given the size of my entree.
The decor is definitely nautical and actually later found out that this building in its' previous life was some sea captians house ... not featured in the restaurant but in some other MV publication I read during holiday. Maybe we were seated in the right place or something but I enjoyed our table, its' view and usually if a place is busy it bugs me ... this place was busy but it really did not disturb my enjoyment of the moment and the meal.
Hats Off to these folks, great food, great people and we will be back next year!
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