I've loved this place for years. Fresh, fresh Italian-American seafood dishes at prices which won't necessitate taking out a second mortgage to cover. Sure, it's cramped, "homey", & you will sit outside for a bit most days waiting for one of the coveted tables, but just chalk it up to the experience (note: don't be a pain & stick your head in, asking when you'll be called. They're all busy, & they haven't forgotten you). Better yet, since it is BYOB, take a ride to one of the local packies & bring back a pop, or two, to speed the time (note: there is a small charge for wine set-ups with dinner, but I've never seen them actually charge it). In a town full of establishments which makes a considerable amount of coin tossing outrageously priced previously frozen seafood at la turistas who don't know any better, this place is a welcome change. Take the short cruise down 133 & see for yourself.
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