The Berry Patch isn't a five star restaurant but it is a cute hometown spot. Decorated with 50s memorabilia you will be surrounded by locals who frequent the place for a quick bite or a cup of coffee and conversation. The menu features a variety of seafood local to the area as well as American classic dishes. On my visit I tried the soup of the day, the kielbasa with cheese and tartar sauce, and a side of their home cut fries (which I highly recomend.) The food was excellent and the service staff possessed small town hospitality and friendliness. Restaurant is family friendly so if you have little ones they will be welcomed with stacks of coloring books and special treats. But make sue you carry cash when you visit The Berry Patch as they do not take credit or debit.
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