We’ve eaten lunch here every time we’ve visited Charleston, over the past 25 years. This restaurant has not changed much, if at all. A tired facility. Seems to be a popular place with locals. Service was fine but a long wait for the food, even though the place was less than half full. The food (Clam Chowder and Fish and Chips) met our expectations and the portions were quite adequate. The ambience (or lack of it) leaves a lot to be desired so we decided to take our meal out and we enjoyed the food at a picnic table on the edge of the marina dock.
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