Very rarely does a sure thing arise, but when the opportunity is there, take it. That's just like VegNout. If you are a card carrying carnivore, take a bite out of a meaty burger or smothered hotdog, and ask whether you can tell the difference; the great part is, even if you can, the taste won't make you care. And for vegans, many items on the completely vegetarian menu can be made so. But at VegNout not only is what you eat important, but what you eat with. Every utensil, to go box and anything else you lay your eyes on involving the in house choices comes from either recycled products or otherwise eco-friendly material. Except one little thing, promotions for the bottled water that makes donations to cleaning up water sources around the globe are made of plastic. A more than forgivable instance. So for bringing a substantial dining choice to the community, and realizing it in green hues, VegNout is a definite destination.
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Had a nice dinners. Pricey but all seafood is expensive. Loved the king crab legs and shrimp. We received excellent service. The strawberry cheese cake was excellent. The restaurant overlooks the harbor. It is original 50s style decor but don't let that stop you. My recommendation is to sit as close to the windows as possible for a good view. I observed people sitting in the booths along the back wall and their experience probably was not that good. It is darker and you don't get the view. We sat in the middle of the restaurant and had a good view. Get there before it gets totally dark for the best viewing and watch the sunset.
Had lunch here. Eeveryone enjoyed their meals. The pasta and salmon was excellent as were the New England Clam Chowder, and Shrimp Louis Salad. We ordered the seasonal 1/2 Lobster and Crab Legs dinner. Another member of our party ordered the 1/2 Lobster & Steak dinner. In both cases the "in season" lobster was dry and tough. The wait service was excellent. The pasta meals were reasonably priced. The Lobster dinners turned out to be over-priced at $40. The view of the harbor was beautiful. We would return but I wouldn't order the lobster.