Such history, with a gift shop and incredible food. I enjoyed the clam chowder, which was light, and the perfect amount at clams. For dinner, I had the scallops and my dinner mate enjoyed the salmon. The homemade bread was fabulous, but I had no room for dessert. The prices were reasonable, and I am so glad we took this recommendation. The best meal of my trip.
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