Overpriced for the food served. Fries tasted as if they were cooked in old grease. Nothing to brag about and won't go back next time we visit the island.
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Really good food at a reasonable price and really great owners and staff make Dry Dock a favorite place for locals and visitors alike.
Four of us were looking for a quick dinner before a play at the Arts Center. Dry Docks is close and we had eaten there when it was located in the Office Park area. We called for reservations at 6:30 as the play started at...More
As locals were always looking to find new places with over 135 restaurants on the island we normally look for beach settings and or romantic places. But we were out talking about my wife's recently released novel ( Mile High On A Millionaire) and seen...More
We have been going to Dry Dock for three summers and love their new place. The grilled shrimp is excellent and the seafood platter is huge. They have moved from the address on this review.
I'd read good reviews, but we were underwhelmed. The appetizers are crazy expensive. The seafood baskets were tiny for the price. The coleslaw didn't taste like anything but cabbage and mayo (no vinegar or sugar). The She Crab Soup was tasteless and needed salt. We...More
The host was friendly but beyond that the rest of the experience was horrible. Our waiter was rude from the minute he started to take our order. He was irritaed because our table was on two separate checks. Then when I was ordering he cut...More
We went to this restaurant last night and it must have been an off day for them. Our waiter acted as if he was on something, got irritated when we told him we had two separate checks and was rude on several occasions. It took...More
Dry Dock is now located on 278 in a very inviting space. We have done both lunch and dinner there and today really enjoyed our grouper and grover's fries at lunch. We highly recommend this restaurant.