This small, out-of-the-way, cafe/diner/deli/bar (can't quite be catogorized) is one of the best places I've eaten in a long time. A huge menu, lot's of beers, and nightly dinner specials that will impress ANY food critic. Sometimes the wait can be a little annoying, seeing as there's no place to wait, but it's qell worth it. The best clem chowder anywhere! (Yes, I've had it in Boston.) A sandwich menu that goes on for days. Portions that will choke a horse. And did I mention the nightly specials? The chef here does seafood like nobody else in the area. This place has become a weekly stop for dinner. I go to a lot of restaurants every month, but this one is my favorite. Sometimes the service can be a little slow, but just relax, and enjoy the food!
Pros: the nightly specials, the atmosphere
Cons: can be crowded