Usual diner fare, my clam chowder had clams from away though.... I thought they may have been canned. I was famished so I gulped them down and was full for the rest of the day... it was piping hot which was nice!
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I recommend the blueberry pancakes at Marriner's. The wait can sometimes be long but it is well worth it! Try and get a seat on the patio if possible. Service is quick and always friendly.
Had a great cup of Clam Chowder and sandwich. Food was fresh and hot; service was good. Nice slection of desserts.
Its a diner. The interior was quite dark, so I asked for a table on the patio with a lovely view on a sunny day. The big scoop of lobster meat was fresh and came with basic sliced veggie salad, on a bed of lettuce....More
Local place with a nice little patio with a view. Friendly attentive service! As this was toward the end of my travels I opted for a BLT which was excellent! Wish I had room to even consider the dessert offerings because this little local diner...More
We discovered this gem by total accident while waiting to meet friends on their boat. My wife had her favorite for lunch-//breakfast; perfectly prepared eggs over easy with bacon. It sounds easy, but how often do you get to eat anything exactly the way you...More
We went here for breakfast based on Trip Advisor reviews. A sign by the entrance sums it up: Down East. Down Home. No Quiche. No ferns. We had blueberry pancakes with the extra charge maple syrup. The servings were ample, but the pancakes were not...More
Busy, but worth the brief wait for a really nice lunch. House-made chicken noodle soup was great - had the soup/salad combo - the salad was nicer than many house salads I've had in white tablecloth restaurants. My companion had a BLT - prepared 'just...More
That about sums it up. It's a quirky location with nice views. Not what you expect from the street. But our greeting was grumpy. Asked whether we would like to sit in or out and we replied outside please, the waitress just looked at us...More