The food here is solid. My favorite dish in the whole world is artichoke hearts francaise and they do it quite well here. It's an appetizer, but I usually order it as my entree. The complimentary eggplant chutney served with bread is delicious, as well as their caesar salad and butternut squash soup (not always on the menu as it was the soup of the day). The potato crusted crab cakes were a big hit at my table, although I tend to prefer thin crab cakes. Either way, I recommend you give it a try!
I have a friend who say's it's one of the better restaurants in town....he's a local. Recently, he took me there for dinner. The server we had was very pleasant and helpful with questions.. It was a cold February Night and they seemed to do a fairly nice business on a midweek night. We weren't in a rush to order and eat and the young lady serving us was very patient.
They served warm bread with both oil and a tomato onion chutney the night i was there. a good start. My buddy had a typical side salad and we had two appetizers. One a baby artichoke dish and the other house made sausage, grilled with escarole and white beans. Both were good , but not exceptional......I thought they were little skimpy on the portions for around ten bucks each. The sausage app was one 5 inch link split in half to give you idea of what I mean. fine for one, but not enough to share. for dinner I had an excellent pork chop special and my buddy had a chicken with pasta dish. I seem to recall all the entrees were in the mid -20 range. W did not have dessert or coffee.
On the way out, the chef-owner asked how everything was....which is refreshing. It was a good meal, but I I'm a northerner and I really don't have anything to compare it too at the shore, as I rarely get down there anymore.......I think there was a side store/market/deli where the pizza is made. It didn't look great, but maybe it tastes better than it looks.