My fiancé and I had breakfast here. It was a quaint restaurant with a lot of locals. The food was a typical diner breakfast. The staff wasn’t overly friendly but not rude either.
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Locally owned, locally recommended! Had a very nice "Fall Salad", clam chowder, and shrimp appetizer. Salad was terrific with the sugar glazed nuts, chowder had lots of clam pieces and not so much cream, and shrimp were large and meaty with just the right amt....More
The real OBX chowder with flavorful potatoes, bits of bacon and lots of clams in a heavenly broth. And the fish tacos stopped me in my tracks. Large slices of fish, with spice that packed a punch but didn't drown out the fish flavor, to...More
This appears to be a popular place for locals, so we thought we would try it. The grilled marinated fish sandwich was quite good, with a generous serving of french fries. One person in our party had the chicken livers which appeared to be breaded...More
Our first visit was for lunch-seafood was fresh and good but not as crispy as it should be. I had oysters and husband had shrimp and flounder. Sides are OK--fries, green beans and cole slaw. Hushpuppies were very dense and chewy--just edible. Service is very...More
Very nice. Ate here 3 different times. Service great each time with friendly staff & an owner who comes to every table to ask about your visit. Highly recommend this restaurant.