The Seabrook 99 had a really nice bar, friendly, pleasant, and a totally different choice than the tables. They just closed down for three days and ruined it by taking out the wall that separated the bar from the rest, so now the booths that were up against the bar wall are open on both ends (bizarre effect), and worse, the bar is wide open so your back is to tables full of people. It's completely lost the cozy bar feeling. I like the food fine and the people who work there are terrific, but it's really lost the "feel" that kept me going there.
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