A large, noisy, happy place when you're hungry for...fish. Great for al fresco dining on the patio watching the boats and water. It's very informal as you stand in line to give your order, then pick up your number and find a table. We had the fish and chips, mussels--don't remember the rest--and beer and wine (in a jar). Food was fine, patrons were cheery and friendly. A young couple gave up their larger table--moving their food & drinks--to give our group of 5 plus an infant a more comfortable seat.
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