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Food is lousy, no value here, and they could care less. Red Lobster is an upgrade!
Ignore the decor rating(s) This restaurant is a time capsule. An eclectic mix of old artifacts are cheek-by-jowl with a veritable trove of boxing memorabilia; peanut shells strewn on the floor from the complimentary barrel by the bar. You will (as another reviewer offers) love it or hate it. It is a straightforward no 'BS' spot, the food is as you would have expected circa 1935. Nothing fancy but good simple fare from kitchen to you. I liked it.
A truly different sort of place. Very 'off the beaten path." Couldn' t rate the decor because either you'll hate it or you'll love it. The food is undistinguished but its honest, plentiful and certainly not inedible.. On weekend nights live music adds to the fun. Most notable is the reverent vibe that surrounds the many old bits of design, especially historical boxing gloves, photos, posters, etc. Go, eat the free peanuts, its an experience.
Waterfront Crab House is a bustling, noisy and fun place to eat. The pub and "waterfront fisherman's dive" atmosphere is a true genre piece. Go there with a group of friends and order the simple seafood dishes, steaks and have a beer or two. While there, walk around and enjoy the many fun decorations. Stay simple with the food choices and you won't be disappointed.
Old time local seafood place on the waterfront. Live music on Sundays.
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