Welcome aboard the Shipwreck Tavern, where the hidden treasures of the oceans are on display. Opened in 1965 by famed oceanographer and shipwreck ... More
Welcome aboard the Shipwreck Tavern, where the hidden treasures of the oceans are on display. Opened in 1965 by famed oceanographer and shipwreck explorer, Captain Barrett Bay, the Tavern's unique design was created to showcase Bay's vast collection of salvaged cargo from sunken vessels thought lost forever under the seas. The Tavern is also home to the Captain's family of pet eels, sharks and other exotic fish as well as his good luck charm - a parrot named Davey Jones . Sailing the world's waterways aboard his specially designed ship The Ondine , Captain Bay has discovered traces of actual mermaids, sighted the fabled ghost ship the Flying Dutchman, and run afoul of treacherous modern day pirates. The Captain was last reported sailing through the Bermuda Triangle in 1973. Alas he has not been heard from since, but the Bay family still has hope that he will return home someday. Every one of his adventures has yielded a priceless find that you can now enjoy... while remaining on dry land.
This place sucks. The beer was flat and My girlfriends glass was dirty and smelled very bad (she only had a water) We ordered food at the bar, and after waiting over an hour for the food , it came out raw, although the plate was to hot to touch. The bathroom was nasty, with urine all over the wall and paper all over the floor. This was on a Tuesday night. I felt bad for the bartender as he did his best to make us feel comfortable, but things only got worse. I complained about the food and the manager didnt even bother to come over and apologize. He was just hanging out in the front, talking to a waitress for about a half hour. We will not be returning. Avoid this place like the plague.
We stumbled into this restaurant by mistake, actually looking for another restaurant nearby. All I can say it is a mistake I would like to repeat some future day! - an upstairs area with views of the Sound, well-prepared seafood, which was simple, well presented and with good ingredients. The wine list had a good selection also and the staff friendly. This is not an establishment of cordon bleu, but for a pleasant lunch and easy afternoon, highly recommended.
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