I was hoping to find a rustic restaurant that would appeal to locals and old salts. Even though Jamestown, once a fishing village, is now pretty trendy, Chopmist Charlie's has retained an atmosphere befitting the island's history. For lunch we had a variety of salads and sandwiches, all of which were fresh and tasty. Loved the old booths and wooden tables. Go to drink in the ambiance as well as a nice selection of beers. The menu is vast, and the seafood is worth the trip.
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