Liked the reviews and found the location, but Blue Plate is no longer at this location (173 W 1st St).
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We stopped there during Harborfest and we got our monies worth for out dinners. The portions were large and the service was awesome! Well worth the stop to check it out if you like seafood.
My husband and I stopped there because of the great reviews and the food was fresh and perfect even the condiments they make is excellent. I had the fish tacos which was to die for and my husband had the fried perch both plates came...More
Stopped here for lunch and I had the fish sandwich, which was a sizable piece and tasty. The fries that came with with it were very good. The meal also came with clam chowder which was excellent. I was very satisfied. On the other hand...More
Those in the know remember Cahill's, a fresh seafood market that was open for over 30 years right on the river. If it was too cold or off season to head to Rudy's (another hometown favorite), you headed to Cahill's. They would deep fry your...More
We happened on this by chance, lucky for us as it turned out The ambiance reminds me of a former pizza parlor, nothing fancy, laminated booths, etc. The food was great, very reasonably priced. The chowder was great, some of the best I've had. The...More
We have eaten here twice and both times we were happy with our food. Tastes fresh and the portions are very hearty. We would recommend and will be returning.
The wait staff was attentive and the food on a recent visit was very good! Haddock was offered prepared in a variety of styles-traditional deep fried, baked, broiled, cajun! Green salad was an additional charge. Beets and orange salad is offered as a side-different sides...More
We have tried to find raw oysters on the half shell in the area for five years, and finally found someplace we can get them. We did have to call ahead but the owner was very accomodating and came to see us at our table...More
Love this little restaurant. The food is great. A little out of the way thats why I don't think many people know where it is. It would behoove them to find this gem.