We went here for lunch on a beautiful but crisp Saturday and were able to sit outside right on the waters edge, watching the fishing boats and wildlife along the water. I certainly could not complain about the location of our table or the service, which was fine. The portions were also adequate for lunch and reasonably priced. I tried fried oysters, which I'd never had before, but I decided that I much prefer the raw, which wasn't an option here. The fried oysters weren't bad, but not fantastic either. They has a fair range of seafood and other standard fare available and my wife's baked oysters were better than my fried, I thought. I'd go again if I am in La Conner, but I'd probably chose something different next time.
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