Clam chowder bread bowl is so good, along with the fish tacos. And the calamari appetizer is delicious. Great outdoor seating with live music. Very family friendly.
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After what we felt was an expensive and very mediocre dinner at the Galley in Morro Bay, my wife and I had dinner the next evening at the Dockside. Having eaten there several times in recent years, we figured we would not be disappointed. We...More
I must start off by saying I hate seafood or fish but my boyfriend loves it. He started off with a cup of chowder and then had a heaping all-things-fried-and-delicious seafood platter. I enjoyed a delicious plate of chicken scampi. There was so much food...More
We stopped at Dockside for lunch. There are actually two separate sections of the restaurant, with one largely out-of-doors and nearer the harbour. As it was cool, we ate at the one a little away from the water. The seafood dishes were good, if not...More
I am a return diner to the Dockside cafe for lunch. I have never had a bad meal there. Today, my friend and I opted for the restaurant for lunch as a loud music venue was playing at the cafe. I had grilled fish tacos...More
Dockside offers some twists to the standard restaurant food. They offer seafood plus burgers and sandwiches so there is something for everyone.
Our third year, and many visits, again make this the outstanding seafood restaurant I know. The owner is a ship captain and The Catch of the Day is the Catch of the Day, though perhaps from one of his buddies fishing boat. I was amazed...More
My wife and I were very hungry and Tognazzini"s was open, we didn't know where else to go, so gave it a try. The people there were very nice. The place was loud. The wait was long. The crab cakes came out a deconstructed mess,...More
Very middle of the road food. Very generous portions. Wouldn't hesitate to eat there again if in the area. Calamari and pasta was good.