The restaurant is in a building that has existed since 1776. There are paintings on the wall recreating the various establishments that were located in the building over time. The food was excellent, I felt like everything just melted in your mouth. My boyfriend doesn't usually even eat crab but he said he had to since it was their specialty. He was really glad he did. The place started to fill up around 7pm on a Friday, but we got their at 6 and it was dead, and the food came out really fast.
Favorite Dish: Crab, crab, crab. A million ways to order so it doesn't get old.
I've been to this place twice, and the seafood is fantastic and delicious. Crab is what DiNardo's built its reputation on, and most people go there to roll up their sleeves and dig into a mountain of the "jumbos" which are routinely flown in from Louisiana because of their size and meatiness.
Other fish and seafood dishes are also served, but it is the spicy crabs and crisp, highly seasoned french fried potatoes that are the main attractions. The average entrée cost in the range of $12 to $20, and go dressed casual.
Favorite Dish: I have tried two entrées; the Broiled Monkfish is tender, tasty and delicious while the Sea Scallops are plentiful and awesome!!!