We went out yesterday (July 1st) to this place, which we've driven past for years and never gone to, figured it was time.
At around 6:30, it was busy but there was plenty of seating available, we were seated by the window which had a beautiful view, even in the rain. You can park your boat right at the dock and walk up, but we drove, so we parked in the lot outside :)
The waitress was perfect (Caitlyn? Clarissa? I'm terrible with names), got us our beers and pepsi products right away. We had originally shyed away from going here because of the prices of the entrees ($20-$30) but if you wanted to get a burger or a sandwich, its more like $12-$18, and the food was amazing, totally worth it. We probably could have found a cheaper place, but theres no way the beer selection would be as good (something like 14 craft beers on tap) or the view would be as good, or the food would be as rich and tasty. Perfect special occasion place.
Both guys got the NY steak (my husband has a gluten intolerance, and there were tons of options on the menu to choose from for him) and loved it, mother in law got the lobster mac and cheese ($29) which had an entire lobster worth of meat in it, I'm not even kidding you. It was Saturday, and on Friday-Saturday they have prime rib ($27) so I had that and it was some of the best prime rib I've ever had, cooked perfectly. The soup of the day was lobster bisque, which, again, had huge chunks of lobster in it. They're not "cheap", but they don't skimp on anything.
I struggle to find anything I didn't like about this place, four entrees, a bisque, three beers, and soft drinks set us back $120, with tip. I guess if I was going to go there with a date, the paper napkins were a little tacky, but seriously, that's all I can come up with to complain about, and I'm kind of a professional complainer. I'll make my husband take me here next time we're in town for sure.