This was my second time eating at this restaurant, after a disastrous first experience of dining with a child with no "children's menu". This visit was much better-and I noticed that they now have a dedicated children's menu.
The menu is still an attempt to upscale Homer in finer Pub dining. They really do have a varied, eclectic menu featuring food that is visually appealing, with unique interesting tastes and textures.
The toasted cheese menu is fascinating. They took a typical toasted cheese and featured different additions to it, and paired it with a cup of tomato bisque. There are 5 types of bread (one of them is wheatberry...which is simply wheat bread!!)
I ordered The Cape Codder: lobster chunks, muenster cheese, tomato and green onion. It was absolutely heavenly! I was less than impressed with the tomato bisque or the stale tortilla chips served with it. Luckily the sandwich was so good I did not care about any of the sides. Melt- in- your- mouth goodness!
We ate outside, and our server was very good. We stayed for a very long time-but since there were always tables available for seating it seemed like it was OK. Our server never rushed us at all-but was attentive when necessary.
Overall-if you are looking for an interesting dining experience this could work for you. My sandwich was awesome-but based upon 2 dining experiences the food is hit or miss.
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