Very good place to eat lunch and dinner. Wonderful view of the ocean and extensive dining menu. It is in walking distance of the hotels in the area.
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You can eat some of the freshest fish served anywhere. They have a sushi area . It's just nice. Staff was very knowledgeable on the best of the best of the nights fresh fish. Kids could eat there for sure but not Kids spot
Huge mistake on our part. Shrimp cocktail made with canned tiny bay shrimp. At least they didn't call them prawns! Crab Bisque ($18.95) consisted of three small pieces of crab floating in a thin white chowder like sauce served like warm. Garlic break toasted on...More
We stopped for an early dinner/late lunch. I saw the fleet of commercial fishing boats behind the restaurant and said "this place HAS to have good fish." We walked in and the atmosphere is kind of plain, kind of touristy. Not terrible, but I wasn't...More
We wanted some good fish for lunch and this looked like the place to get it. I ordered the steamed clams and deep fried crab. The steamed clams were full of sand and weren't very tasty at all. The deep fried crab was disgusting. I...More
Portside has been in business for well over thirty years and has had its ups and downs. We have returned, after a several year hiatus, to find a rejuvenated menu and a substantial pickup in food preparation (the quality of raw material has always been...More
I took my family here and was surprised. The inside is very nice and has great views. We all had fish and chip and they were very good, light breading and not oily. Can't wait to go back and explore their menu.
Very well established restaurant with the same owner. Offers fresh, locally caught seafood every day, nightly dinner specials and full service bar/lounge. Open for lunch and dinner, daily. Great happy hour specials. A bit on the pricey side, but a favorite for special occasions.
we went to the Portside last night, I ordered a halibut steak, the menu said poached, served with cream sauce, bay shrimp shallots and a touch of garlic, when the waitress took my order she asked if I wanted it deep fried, grilled or poached....More
My biggest restaurant disappointment in years. Canned, frozen and fried. I spent $54.35 for the Halibut dinner. It sounded good online: sauteed halibut medallions with crab and shrimp! The sad reality: about a spoonful of shrimp, those little translucent pink things fresh out of the...More