Noisy but casual with a local, pub-like atmosphere. Excellent fish chowder. Pricey beer and wine selection did not fit the atmosphere.
I stopped in twice for the pumpkin ale and some oysters, the beer and the Oysters were amazing! The first day it was a guy bartender who seemed completely bothered and not interested in any of the patrons, I think his name was Chase. The next day I went back and the was a woman with another guy working and... More
We had lunch there on a Tuesday on the recommendation of the guy that runs the inn where we were staying. Overall the food and service were good, much the same as the pub grub that you'd get in the UK (where we're from!) but with a seafood twist. Spicey steak kebak (kebob) was very tasty as was the burger.... More
Great place for drinks and a great menu. The salmon burger and the salmon w/ avocado were delicious. The Tuscan fries were fantastic. Turkey Reuben and squealing pig burger were also very good. Prices very reasonable.
Stopped in for lunch on a Monday and it was packed. I guess that's a good sign. It is a pub, so think of it like that and you'll have an enjoyable time. A bit noisey, but not too bad. And if you think of it as a pub with seafood, then you'll really like it. Fish and chips was... More
The bloody Mary was very weak and watery, the margarita was $12 and just not real good. And for 2 drinks and $25 no buzz. Not real impressed.
I'm reluctant to critique the SP as a restaurant, in that it is very visibly a "Pub". We walked with certain expectations and, on that score, the SP gets high marks. We were anxious for a quick and convenient meal and our initial destination was suprisingly closed (on the day after Labor day). My entree, the curry haddock, is best... More
For us, the service was v. nice. I don't understand why ppl want their waiters to introduce themselves. I couldn't care less their names. And I don't know his name. But he was professional and nice. And sitting close to other people is normal in restaurants. It's not like you can't see how close the tables are to each other... More
Great atmosphere, somehow avoids being kitchy/trashy/fake like so many "pubs" these days. Very good good. Loud locals at the bar, chatting up the foreign tourists, but nothing weird. I recommend stoping by for a bite if you want a good scene and some tasty vittels.
I am a fan of the Squealing Pig in Boston, so my expectations were high. It just does not have the same atmosphere or service. The prices are a little on the high side. But, this isn't too surprising while on the Cape. Overall, a decent place for a good sandwich and a beer.
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