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A1A Ale Works Restaurant & Taproom

We have seen this restaurant for years and never eaten there. We wanted to eat someplace where we could see the water. To be honest, we had reservations about going as, but went anyway. (Tip: make reservations as there was a wait. Don't use Open Table. Call directly!)

We ended up glad we went. We began with risotto balls, which were delicious! We followed it with a lobster and shrimp linguini that my hubby and I split. The server was great. There wasn't a long wait for food. In fact, our daughter didn't like her food and sent it back. It was too spicy for her. They had her replacement out in a very short time, for which we were grateful. It was a good night!

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