Opened since1913 the same year as the terminal itself and it remained a landmark since and no wonder, since it look so amazing. I was totally amazed at the sign, the arched ceiling with the lights look spectacular together with the retro fell of the space.
We sat at the oyster bar and they had an open kitchen where they shuck oyster and made the chowders but the kitchen is rather old and not the cleanest looking.
They have quite a few of local beer to choose from, so we got to at least try a few.
Definitely would love to come back again for a real meal and enjoy the space.
It was quite late so there was only 3 types of oysters left to choose from.
Yes, that's their stove where the chowder is made.