Bongo is great casual restaurant on Bay Ave. The atmosphere is fun and 60's beach style inside (there is a tv that plays campy Annette Funicello & Frankie Avalon beach films from 1965). And there is outdoor seating on the side of the restaurant as well. We stopped in for dinner, and went back another day for breakfast. The dinner was extremely tasty - highly recommend the white clam chowder and the mako tacos. My son had the shrimp po-boy which he devoured.
The next time we went for breakfast and were not disappointed - I had the eggs benedict and again it was very good and plentiful, with potatoes on the side. All the plates look beautiful, and live up to the expectations. Again, try the white clam chowder, its not too heavy and perfectly seasoned.
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