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Saturday, 24 July 2010

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stephen

Hi Cathy. Great post. I've been eating at Anthony's with my family for years. I live close to that one. I buy my fresh fish there, and its always great quality, and reasonably priced. I used to go with my grandma sometimes. She always wanted extra cocktail sauce, even before the food was brought to the table.
The spumoni is the best

Cathy

Thanks, Stephen. I am so glad that people who live in East County read the blog. We really do like Anthony's, and the seafood prices are sometimes a lot better here than anywhere else. Nice grandma memory. Usually I don't even get a dessert when eating out. So glad I got the spumoni.

sawyer

that's a really good price for a seafood joint, and everything looks so good. never heard of spumoni, but i would love to try it someday, preferably at anthony's. i love that salt and pepper sugar holder!

Carol

The artichoke shrimp dip looks delicious and I love the sundried tomato butter!

Cathy

Pistachio ice cream from Howard Johnson's (when they had restaurants) was The Mister's favorite Sawyer. Can't find it any more. Spumoni is a great treat. The underwater theme of decor is fun.
The appetizer was really good, Carol. We both would have ordered the white clam chowder otherwise. The little touches, like sundried tomato butter make it special, yet not crazy expensive.

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