This wonderful restaurant offers visitors a quiet elegant place to dine and enjoy. This place has lots of wonderful history that surrounds you. What is special is its part of the historic Island House Hotel. So if your staying at the hotel you have access to the restaurant easily.
Ok this isn't a 4 star restaruant, but a definate must stop. Had to have been, there was a line pretty much out the door. I know that the tag says local, but it deffinately has an out of town croud to it.
Favorite Dish: I never had pearch before but this was the best fish I have had. Get the plater( 5-6 pcs of fish with o-rings or fries). The fries were good but the rings were the BOMB!! And the portions are by no means miniscule. It's alot on a 10" x 12" plastic plater( the size is a guestamate). Don't worry about the price either. Be ready... At 11.99 / plater I was like.. Holy there goes my wallet, but it actually is quite reasonable and the cheapest I saw around the area, and please refer back to the portion size to comfort the vancant feeling in your wallet.
WE HAD HEARD SO MUCH ABOUT THIS VINTAGE RESTAURANT--OF THE MON AMI WINERY FAME. THE FOOD WAS ONLY FAIR. THE BUILDING ITSELF IS GORGEOUS. WE WERE ESPECIALLY DISAPPOINTED IN THE LOBSTER BISQUE AND THE HOUSE SALAD. BOTH WERE OLD, WATERY, AND ORANGE.
Favorite Dish: THEY DO HAVE A FAIRLY NICE OPEN BAR OF FREE HORS D'OUERVES AT THE 4-7 HAPPY HOUR. UNFORTUNATELY, NO ONE SEEMS TO TELL YOU ABOUT IT UNTIL AFTER YOU ORDER YOUR APPETIZERS.