Looking for a casual place to kick back with plate of fried clam strips, a bowl of New England clam chowder of a pulled pork sandwich? This Massapequa eatery may just fit the bill.
The menu is reasonably priced and covers a lot of territory, from a shoft shell crab po' boy sandwich to a grilled salmon Caesar salad to blackened catfish.
There's even a kids' menu, which offers that perennial toddler favorite, penne with butter, as well as chicken fingers, fish and chips and linguini marinara. With such a child-friendly bill of fare in such an informal setting (strings of Christmas lights delineate a map of the Island and a life preserver hangs on the wall), this might be an ideal spot for both seafood-loving parents and seafood-averse youngsters.