East Coast native here and normally I just wait till I get back home to satisfy my seafood cravings. Chowder Room was worth a try, nice unassuming name and I was in the mood for some chowdah. Perfectly sized restaurant, meaning not too big, with cozy booths inside and a few table on a sidewalk cafe kinda thing, perfect for a balmy late August night with full moon. It was pleasantly crowded, the service was excellent--good suggestions form our waitress who knew the menu ;like the back of her hand and spoke well about the daily freshness of the fish . Three of us shared a cold shellfish platter (oysters, crab, shrimp) and each of us had their own style of chowder--there are wuite a few to choose form, even a vegan one! Flavor was wonderful though my special-chowder-of-the-day didnt to seem have much actual chunks of fish. Tasty though, and with a bottle of rose was under 100 bucks. Casual but not too casual--there is no beach in sight.
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