Four of us met here for a mini-reunion. We probably occupied a table for 2-1/2 hours and had no headaches from anyone.
So-so dishes: Fried clams were small and overcooked; Fish and chips was just okay; Clam chowder was watery with sparse clams; I gave it a C-.
Great dishes: New Bedford scallops were outstanding; Flounder wrapped around seasoned crabmead-packed corn bread was to die for. Beyond outstanding, perfectly seasoned and perfectly cooked.
Tables are a good size, and service was excellent.
Prices here reflect the fact that the restaurant has a view of Horseneck Beach and is usually visited by vacationers without a budget.
Must be noted: It appears as though there is a substantial air pressure difference between inside and outside. This caused the inner entrance door to SLAM several times as the pressure caused it to swing wildly shut. On one of those incidents it caused a very large tall furnishing to fall, hitting a diner at the first table on the left (after entering). At least a dozen people witnessed this, and took special precautions when they exited via that door.
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