My husband and I fortunately made 5:40 pm "reservations" (which they call preferred seating) on President's Day weekend. Place was busy. Even though there is a parking lot there are limited spaces. We managed to find a spot across the street. Even though the sun had already set, we had a nice water view from our table. Service was professional and attentive. My husband ordered the N.E. clam chowder and the Seafood Pasta. I had the green salad and the Bouillabaisse. My husband felt it was the best chowder he's had. His fresh pasta dish had plenty of tender seafood in a tasty sauce that was neither too rich or watered-down. I was pleasantly surprised with my green salad of hand torn lettuce leaves and sliced baby tomatoes artfully displayed. The bouillabaisse also had ample amount of tender seafood in a hearty tomato-based sauce.
We shared the house specialty dessert of bread pudding which was presented nice and warm with creme fraiche. It was a great way to end a satisfying meal. We will definitely be back.
Restaurant is located before the historical draw bridge and shops.
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