You can sit right outside in a sort of open-air anteroom, or enter through the doors and sit in the actual anteroom, or open the inner doors and head to the counter where there is no seating. The place has a plucky, rustic, charm to its decor as if the eatery is bravely holding onto its principles of excellence. Indeed it is. As the menu notes, this is a family run establishment with a dedication to providing good food, your meal is prepared with care, and you might need to wait for fifteen or more minutes for your order to be fulfilled. And the offerings are good but very reasonably priced -- much lower priced than on the mainland. The large samplers are a great way to get started and you can supplement them with one of the house specialties. They do not take reservations for seating after 7:45 p.m. as the restaurant closes at 8:30; but nobody rushes you while you are there. The service is smiling and accommodating. Parking is tight and for-pay, so they will credit you for two hours' worth. One couldn't ask for more.