Former fishing guide Joe LePree adds Italian flair to standard seafood dishes. Here you can have your seafood almandine, Milanese (breaded and fried), LePree (with artichokes, mushrooms, and lemon-butter wine sauce), or any of five other preparations. For starters, feast on mussels or littleneck clams in a marinara or garlic sauce. Specials sometimes combine game (bison, caribou, or elk) with seafood. Portions are huge, so share dishes or take home a doggie bag. Alternatively
arrive early (between 5 and 7) for the lighter menu, priced $12.95 to $17.95. Weather permitting, sit outdoors in the garden; poor acoustics make dining indoors unusually noisy.
Jan 15, 2007
Good food and service. A little chilly, made deciding on inside or outside the second most important decision. My wife and I had 2 different fish dishes and ended up preferring each others choice.