Excellent sea food in 19th Century setting along Kingston's old waterfront where steamboats and canal boats once ruled. A real treat awaits you at Ship to Shore both culinary and historic!
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The food here is excellent. It is tasty and flavorful. The menu selection made it difficult to choose as everything looked deliciously described on the menu. The staff was very attentive to our needs as we sat outside and it began to rain. They did...More
I would recommend sitting outside weather permitting. It was stuffy inside and raining out, so we had to be inside. The lamb ribs were very good as well as the grouper. The salmon was overcooked and a little tough. The wine was good and the...More
very nice place. Wait staff was efficient but not very charismatic -- in fact he was boring! food and drinks were excellent. Great atmosphere.
We visited from a boat and had the best meal we have had on the whole trip. I started with the shrimp quesadilla, perfectly cooked with shrimp, cheese and very fresh avocado. My husband enjoyed the coquilles st jacques. For the main course I ordered...More
It was Fourth of July that my husband and I decided , last minute , to go to the Rondout in Kingston, NY. We were definitely not disappointed when we went to this lovely, lively outdoor /indoor pub and bistro located across the street from...More
When other restaurants turned us away, Ship to Shore welcomed us with professional service and delicious food. I won't eat anywhere else in the Rondout, again.
We visited here on a weekend getaway on Saturday, June 24th. The food was excellent. The lamb lollipops were great. The red snapper with garlic mash was perfectly prepared with a tasty savory sauce. The watermelon salad with goat cheese was also excellent. Service was...More
A talented chef and a capable wait staff are two reasons to visit this pleasing restaurant. You might want to bring ear plugs with the tin ceiling and the open floors. It has the ambiance of a sports bar or beer hall, which it may...More