It was great!!!
It's called the "BROADKILL BOATHOUSE." It's located right on the Broadkill River, next to Wagamon's Pond—excellent and pretty location.
Ted had a "Hudson Hot Potato" with lots of toppings. Bob had a "Gouda Melt" with steak, mushrooms, onions, gouda and tomato aoli...delicious. Robert had a lovely pork chop that he raved about.
Other items include: "Ratoes" stuffed jalapenos with shrimp; several interesting salads; a Cuban sandwich; Fried Oysters; Monte Cristo; Fish Ruben; Pulled Pork; Flounder; Salmon with a strawberry sauce; Fish and Chips; and two pennes: Tequila-Lime and Vodka. All-in-all, an interesting menu worth exploring.
They didn't skimp on the decoration either. A BIG improvement for this space: a nautical theme with many buoys.
Ray, the owner, is very nice, eager to take suggestions and vigilant about the quality.
Wrap-up: a very enticing restaurant with good food and a very nice atmosphere—a great addition to Milton cuisine.
...Don Voth, your friendly reviewer.