This isn't a restaurant. It is a bar with some seats on the other half that they want to call a restaurant.
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My boyfriend and I stopped here after an all day fishing adventure and were expecting standard bar food. We were so pleasantly surprised to find the staff were super friendly and, most importantly, the food was absolutely incredible. I had a personal sized pizza with...More
Fun road-side tavern! We popped in for a beer & had excellent service. We didn't eat, but the meals we saw being served looked good. Had a conversation with a local (nice guy) and he mentioned the food was good, especially the pizza. Next time!
Stopped in at Happy Hour and were greeted by fellas at the bar recovering from their workday. Friendly bunch, great prices on drinks and bar food.
It had been about six years since we had been in, and it did not disappoint as far as the food went. The food is good size portions, and tasty. The service was good. The not so good was the inside smell, it smells like...More
Four razor diggers were looking for a meal in anticipation of our dig the next morning. We met Ryan for the first time as our waiter at the Sea Gate. The menu had enough variety to give us some choices. So ordered drinks and settled...More
Over the years, I have had lunches and dinners at the Sea Gate. The price is very reasonable, the food fairly good. The service is always quick and friendly.