>The seating is first come, first serve and the tables are the old fashioned picnic tables that your grandparents used to have in their backyard for the family cookout.
>Everything is super informal with paper plates and the menu is posted in chalk on a huge chalkboard.
>The menu selections are even more informal: 13 bucks gets you a fish of your choice (which includes a fried fish, fried calamari or fried shrimp, etc. etc. etc…) + 2 side items (which includes mac and cheese, french fries, green beans, etc. etc. etc…) + a sauce (which includes a cocktail sauce, tartar sauce, etc. etc. etc…)
The fried calamari
The fried shrimp (they were soo good!)
The green beans (they have this fresh off the grill taste that we can’t seem to shake…)
Wouldn’t try again:
The mac and cheese (was a little watered down…don’t understand?? try them and you’ll see what we mean…)
The fries (nothing special about the ones here…)
Of course there are a plethora of items that we did not get to try but we have enough under our belt to want to visit this spot again. Our suggestion: 1 fish (fried shrimp) + 2 sides (green beans and the cornbread) + tartar sauce= happy eating.
*Side note: This could play the spot for a cool cheap date…;-)
**Side, side note: Also, check out their Lobster Pots To Go deal, it’s pretty cool, especially if you’re into lobster like we are.
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