I think this was a real find (right off of Rt. 209). It looks like a large old house with lots of history inside and on the walls. There's no problem with parking as they have a huge parking lot.
They have an extensive menu and the staff is very fast with your orders. I started with the staple hot n' honey wings, which was outrageous. Clam chowder was very creamy, although a little on the salty side. The tempura-battered grouper (fish and chips) was very tasty. Their rice pudding was excellent as well.
I'm looking forward to going back very soon to try their seafood baked ziti!