Great service, the food was good. Our waitress was attentive, It was conveniently located walking distance from the hotel.
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I crave their Oyster Rockefellers! We were there last weekend and once again not disappointed. Sat outside on the deck, nice breeze, great service and wonderful food....but the oysters were Unbelievable! Not sure what they do different, bacon perhaps? Whatever it is.....I'm going back again...More
We had fairly fresh fish dishes, and the hushpuppies can't go wrong. Salads were good and the accompanying coleslaw ok if over creamy. The raw oysters were also good though non-varietal. Service lacked but we observed they seemed to be one or two staff short,...More
I was pleased with the great smells when I entered the restaurant. Brunch was just ending and I think that buffet would have been delicious but we opted for lunch. We split an appetizer of bacon wrapped scallops. They were delicious but the plate had...More
My wife and I just spent two days at Smithfield Station with their Romantic Getaway package. It included a one night stay in one of their lovely cottages on the marina, beautifully appointed with nautical decor and an adorable fireplace, a bottle of champagne, dark...More
We ate on the terrace. Food was good, terrace lovely except second nite there was a hatch of tiny ants flying around, but still nice. Food good service friendly, sometimes a bit slow. Wine good, had a Virginia Voignier that was quite good. Relaxing, pleasant.
We were here to celebrate my wife's birthday. They helped to make it very special. The food was very good and we had plenty to take home for a meal later. They even brought a special dessert with a Birthday candle. The staff was most...More
I went to Smithfield Station for the first time and even though the food was quite good the service left something to be desired. One member of our party had to go up and refill their own tea. The shrimp hush puppies were good, but...More
Was suggested to visit this restaurant as we passed through Smithfield after a tour of the Historic St. Luke's Church Museum. The food for meat eaters was good but really nothing on the menu for a vegan diet...the wait staff was less than anxious to...More