You can hobnob with friends old and new at this casual spot in a colorfully painted house near downtown. Lunch is on the lighter side, with seafood, salads, and sandwiches. Dinner features many seafood dishes, including Maryland crabcakes and seared salmon with polenta, but there are also several steaks, chicken, and pork. Dine outside on the covered porch or inside (though in summer the A/C doesn't quite cool things down). Dinner prices are a bit higher than you'd expect in a small town.
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