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After a swim in a nearby lake this was a perfect dinner spot. The setting was idyllic -- outdoor seating, green fields, beautiful flowers. I had the Ahi Tuna with rice pilaf and roasted vegetables. The tuna was seared to perfection and the veges had...a crunch to them and were drizzled in a tangy dressing. Our only regret was that we didn't bring a bottle of wine with us. Seems like the thing to do here. All in all a great dinner spot.More
We all love seafood in our home and I usually cook it myself. This is a nice place to go out for Lunch or Dinner and have someone else do the cooking. Sue prepares fresh seafood to order with selections most of us don't cook...for ourselves. Her Fish Tacos are always a tasty treat, Fried Fish is moist and crispy, Shellfish is prepared in various ways. We love ordering and eating outside in a kind of "Seafood in the Rough" you find seaside.More
Home style cooking at its best. Try the clam strips and the lobster rolls. Pretty tasty onion rings too. Very relaxed, dining at picnic tables. Very accommodating. Don't like celery in your lobster roll? No worries.
Gotta say the FISH TACOS are the best!!! The calamari with the hot peppers and feta are a fave as well! They have a simple system and reasonable prices. Did I mention, it's BYOB!?! Nice to bring your own drinks and have a family style...picnic too! They also accommodate as best as possible off site too!More
actually this is on state rd 209. heard about this place last year and quite forgot it was there as i don't usually go on RTE 209. Looking for a place between washington and litchfield and glad this popped into my head. A road side...shack with table ( under an awning or out on the grass with umbrellas. Fresh fish, cooked to order, so you have to wait, but worth it. I had the p o'boy fried oyster, others had steamers and fried shrimp o'boy. also new england clam chowderMore