Not a very fancy door today, but one Charlie and I are always eager to walk through.
The only thing Charlie hates more than eating out is eating out where there are people. We usually get to The Dock (officially, Rockey’s The Dock) before 11:30, when we’re nearly the only ones there. It gets crowded later. Notice there are two doors to accommodate the popularity.
Yeah, there’s chicken, but why? The “small” fish sandwich is two big fat pieces. They also have slaw, clams, rolled oysters, and fried just about everything (including cheese and pickles).
This is a truly small-town type of joint. That means that, if you want friendly service, come in with a smile and a friendly attitude. If you come in expecting to be courted, you’re in the wrong place. They don’t have to charm tourists; they have regulars.
This post is part of Norm Frampton’s Thursday Doors link-up. Go on over and see who else has doors on offer; you’ll find them from around the world.
A WRITING PROMPT FOR YOU: Write about a truly small-town type of joint.