The chowder was curdled, but had good clam flavor and wasn't ruined by a bunch of thickener. Generous portion of pink shrimp converted it to slumgullion. My wife had the french dip. The meat was tasty and seemed house-cooked, but a bit overdone. The au jus was delicious, house-made from roast juices or at least mostly so. Don't bother with the cheese bread--unless you like toast soaked in fat (oil? butter?). They have gotten rid of the old badly worn carpet, which is an improvement.
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