I don't eat seafood, so I was so glad to find this restaurant at the end of 'seafood row.' Short on wait staff, but I was fortunate to get a sweet, accommodating waitress. Entree was plentiful and tasty. It's in an old, weather worn building with old décor. Needs a good cleaning outside and inside. Lots to see and many places to shop after your meal, all within walking distance. Sea lions can be viewed at the other end of town, in the water.
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