--Henry Ward Beecher
The food menu has plenty of seafood options, as well as non-seafood options, though why would you come here for anything but seafood unless you are allergic? The menu begins with Raw Bar options, including a Dozen Oysters for $21.95, which is a good value at less than $2 per oyster. Clams and Shrimp are also options. There are about 18 Starters, mostly priced $11.95-$13.95, such as Point Judith Calamari, Oyster Stew, Alaskan King Crab, and more. There are also five Salads, priced $7.95 to $18.95, such as Caesar Salad and Sesame Seared Tuna. You find about 16 Entrees, priced $14.95-$43.95, such as Stuffed Lobsters, Pistachio Crusted Atlantic Cod, Jambalaya, and Fried Oysters. Finally, there are five Sandwiches, priced $12.50-$17.95, such as Lobster Roll and Oyster Po Boy.
The menu has a good diversity of dishes, it's reasonably priced, and presents plenty of local, sustainable seafood options. And on a Wednesday afternoon in late May, the restaurant was quite busy, even past the usual lunch hours. During the summer, I'd suggest you make reservations to ensure you get a table.
"The life of man is of no greater importance to the universe than that of an oyster."