This place is a real gem--just a shack on the marina, really, but the boats behind it bring in the fresh seafood all day and it goes right from the line onto your dish. You can taste the difference that kind of freshness makes.
The crabs are always good--the night I went the snow crab legs were the special, and it's served by the bucketful with a big wooden mallet. Delicious. The swordfish is phenomenal (seared or blackened, in a sandwich or not), my one gripe being the swordfish sandwich didn't come with any kinds of sauce or condiment. A little tartar sauce on it would have been good, and would have eliminated just chewing on big hunks of dry bread.
Some things on the menu are a real steal, but some are a bit pricey. The special on another night was a swordfish filet with a Caesar salad, at $23. For a meal that's served on a paper plate on a picnic table, the $23 price tag was a bit steep. It was delicious, but that price is better suited to a fancier restaurant in the city rather than a shack by the marina.
All around though, great food.
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