We had dinner here recently. THE FOOD IS EXCELLENT! There is a large variety of authentic Portuguese cuisine..the service is attentive a d the portions are large a d the prices reasonable..Worth trying!
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The Portuguese restaurant had a wide variety of a menu and we chose basic sandwiches and salads for lunch. The food was average and basic size for the price however when we received the bill I was floored. Without asking the bartender brought us over...More
3 of us working from out of town were told to try this place and it was fantastic. The appetizer of fried calamari was very good but the octopus vinaigrette was outstanding. Very tender and the sauce was unreal. For dinner we had shrimp Mozambique,...More
The waiter recommended the salmon on Portuguese clay, and he did not steer me wrong. Topped with chorizo and bacon and croutons and peppers, and resting on a bed of onions and garlic, it was divine. The black eyed pea salad was delightful, and the...More
The service was excellent and the restaurant was spotless. We had wanted to try this nearby restaurant and decided to try it for lunch. We both had sandwiches. A steak sandwich and the marinated pork sandwich, and both were excellent. The waiter, Antonio, brought bread...More
Came in on Sunday, 03/19, for an early supper. The place was packed! I had forgotten about the special Easter Pig Roast!! I had some wine standing up at the bar served by Toze and waited about 15 minutes for a bar seat while watching...More
I ate here last night with my wife and (adult) sons. Nice quiet atmosphere with excellent service. I had the Azorean Style Fish Stew. It was delicious with different fish and shellfish and shrimp. Similar to a Cioppino. It is available with either boneless fish...More
By the looks of this place, I didn't really want to eat here, so I just did paint nite upstairs. Menu didn't even temp me, and the smells reallu kind of turned me off. Sorry, I can't give a food review.
The food is Ok, but at times to much better or oil. We have been twice and the food is inconsistent. The shrimp was great the first time and not so good the second time.
After a very busy day we were hungry and wanted to try something different. We looked for a place in our route back to the hotel and Old Schoolhouse Pub & Restaurant (Portuguese food) was our selection. We were treated as very special guests. The...More