We have had the pleasure of dining here twice now, including their opening night.
The restaurant is off the beaten path a bit and quite charming inside. It all looks newly renovated.
The dinners our first night were delicious, ample and very well presented. So much so, we returned a week later. My wife and I both ordered the appetizer and entree specials. Little neck clams in a most delicious white wine based sauce. The clams were perfectly cooked but it was the sauce the really made the dish – so much so we used our spoons allowing not a single drop to go to waste.
If you can’t decide which salad dressing to choose, go with the caeser.
My wife’s swordfish entree looked fabulous and I can only imagine it was – she wouldn’t share it with me (LOL). I had an incredible dish – a pork chop pounded thin, lightly breaded and pan fried. Cooked perfectly but again it was the sauce (different from the clams) that put it over the top. I wish I could remember its name.
Two pieces of advice:
– Visit this BYOB restaurant
– Be judicious when they bring out that warm, crusty bread or you’ll be bringing food home. (Yelp, 11/25/2016)
Do try this. We were there on a Sunday night and it was quiet, but all was great. There were six of us and everyone was really happy with their food. I had the lobster tail and shrimp special. Even after the lobster and shrimp were gone, the sauce was so wonderful I just couldn’t leave any. Also at the table was the short ribs, shrimp oreganata and chicken with polenta. We were all thrilled. I had the house Caesar salad- a great side salad! Oh yes, and I split the duck confit egg roll with a friend. Never will do that again- I want the whole thing! We also split the chocolate cannoli. Almost kissing too sweet, but not quite. And as another has said, do eat the bread. Some serious baking skills in this place
The location is slightly out of the way, but look for it, as if you live on the shoreline it’s accessible once you find it.
We need this guy to succeed! Go!!
Susan D. (Yelp, 4/24/2017)