I have purchased bottles of wine from this store on many occasions, and have eaten meals there several times (sometimes associated with one of their wine tasting events). The atmosphere is charming, and it is part-store and part-restaurant. It started out as a store. The menu is small and limited; however, the food is always very good (although sometimes the crab chowder is a little salty). Warning - don't go starving because the food tends to take a long time to come out after ordering. Note - there is a great seafood store next door (Fitts), so I often take a cooler with me.
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