We stopped in for dinner last night and it was like we entered the twilight zone. There was confusion over what size table to fit our family of five at, and where to sit the separate party of four that walked in at the same...More
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We ate at the Brewster Inn & Chowder House during a vacation two weeks ago. I loved the historic building and the charming atmosphere. The lazy lobster was a fun dish--more a butter sauce than a cream sauce, but very satisfying. If you are looking...More
Had lovely meal with my wife. Lovely food with very nice server. Very good value for money. My wife had the fish and chips and I had fried shrimp and both were excellent. Service great and very good value for money. Highly recommend
Faded surroundings that doesn't pretend to be anything but basic American dining. Food was good and cheaper than surrounding restaurants. Large portion sizes. Waiting staff lovely and friendly.
The other night my wife and I ate at the Brewster Inn and Chowder House. It is a 19th century inn located on 6A near Breakwater Beach. The Inn itself is a cool old establishment with a comfortable bar and a dining room that could...More
My husband, daughters and I went here for dinner on April 1st. The clam chowder was good, waitress was really friendly, and there wasn't a wait! My only complaint was my stuffed shrimp had a heavy alcohol taste to it, like it was cooked with...More
I imagine the place gets a rush during high-season but we were there off-season and found both the food and the service quite good. Excellent chowder and oysters and a good wine list as well.
The owners of the B&B we stayed at recommended the Brewster Inn & Chowder house to us. We weren't expecting much walking in the door as the bar area was rather dated and dark, but what we found was great service, great food and a...More