Stopped in here upon the recommendation of a friend, who goes here a lot - buck an oyster on Wednesday’s don’t quote me.
My SO had the oysters, he said they were GREAT!
They were local oysters. From Hyannis.
We sat at a two person high top against the wall next to the lively but civilized bar of patrons, who were all talking with each other though it was clear they hadn’t known each other previously.
All I had was a glass of good wine because I had already eaten at the Ocean Street Cafe and Diner just prior to.
We were just checking the place out.
The front of the restaurant is very l-o-n-g, and somewhat narrow but beautiful, with glass oyster shaped lighting above the bar, each one slightly different from the other, very nice and there are brightly colored clusters of (red orange, color tones) silk ruffled fabric on the ceiling that really lend an air to the place.
At the end of the bar are the restrooms and if you walk past them, you’ll see the more formal and probably quieter and maybe could be romantic dining room, which is wide and square.
Restaurant, food, everything was way better than I’d anticipated.
Even the design of the sign out front was (I thought) better than expected.
And guess what?
I heard someone sitting at the bar mention an old restaurant I remembered from the old days in east longmeadow MA, so I went up and told her I knew that place and my SO and I had a nice little friendly chat with the 6 people who remarkably had the roots as we did!
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