Fare: New American
Price: Moderate - Expensive
Food Quality: 2 Stars
Service: 1 1/2 Stars
Decor: 2 1/2 Stars
Overall Rating: 2 Stars
Note: Four star Rating System from 1/2 Star = Poor to Four stars = Best in Class
Good for people watching with scenic boardwalk, beach front views
Noise Level: Moderate to high during peak times
Recommended For: Diners who enjoy casual dining with a beach front trendy ambiance
Not Recommended For: Diners who prefer more complex, eclectic food with many fine dining amenities.
Recommended dishes: When available, Robinson's Signature Crab Cakes; Flame Grilled Shrimp Kabobs; and the Tenderloin Twin filets of Beef.
Liquor: Extensive wine list, specialty cocktails. Bar scene is vibrant.
McLoone's Robinson Ale House, located on the lower level of Tim McLoone’s Supper Club, is an attractive restaurant with a scenic ocean view.
It is the more casual alternative to the Supper Club with both inside and outside dining.
The main reason you come to this restaurant is for the awesome ocean views and the high energy bar scene. During the warmer months, there is outside dining on the boardwalk with gorgeous views of the ocean, the beach and an excellent vantage point for people watching.
The food is decent, reasonably priced, and prepared with fresh ingredients, with a good selection of new American dishes, a raw bar, and many choices of burgers, sandwiches, and salads with an extensive gluten free menu. They also use locally grown produce when available.
The wait staff is largely seasonal and is inconsistent, tends to be slow, especially during the peak season.
If you plan to attend a show at the nearby Paramount Theatre and are running short on time, ask the wait staff for a list of special menu items that could be prepared quickly.
McLoone's Robinson Ale House is open seven days/week; Monday -Thursday : 11am-11pm; Friday & Saturday : 11am-12am ; and Sunday : 10am-11pm
Happy Hour Monday - Friday 4pm-6:30pm
(updated June, 2018)
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