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good seafare
By Stacey Gray and with crab and bacon. The tangy
Noelle Shadwick combination was just one of the
Ships ahoy and welcome to the unusually flavored dishes on the
Great Lakes Shipping Company - menu, but the price ($4.95) seems a
where privacy and ambiance abound little excessive for such a small ap-
and the sauce is a little heavy. petizer.
Located on South State Street, For dinner, we chose one entree
the Shipping Company seems to from the land and one from the
come direct from the seafaring coast lakes.
of Maine and romantics will have no Chicken Tahiti - stir-fried
trouble forgetting that the only sea chicken and vegetables, with
around is that of the nearby K-Mart brandied sweet-sour sauce over rice
and automart parking lots. - was a good sized portion for a
The restaurant, established in relatively low $9.45. However the
1975, offers a variety of seafood - sauce was a little heavy, and the rice
including three fresh catches each day wet.
- and Angus beef entr6es. The Scallops Au Gratin came
Originally called The Great Lakes baked in a cream sherry sauce topped
Steak Co., the restaurant decided to with cheddar cheese and breadcrumbs.
change its name four years ago and The flavor was excellent but a bit
specialize in seafood, because people too strong, and a little bit went a
were becoming more concerned long way.
about their diets, said general man- Each entree was accompanied by
ager James Quade. either salad or soup, redskinned
The atmosphere is distinctly New potatoes or rice, and a small loaf of
England. Wooden walls and tables, bread and honey butter.
pewter pitchers, and large hanging Personal attention was a high-
ropes are just some of the shipping light of the meal. Our waitress Deb-
paraphernalia that lend character to bie was not only friendly and effi-
the restaurant. cient, but was sincerely concerned
Firelit rooms offer a perfect spot when we didn't finish our vegeta-
for a cosy date, yet, the prices are a bles.
bit prohibitive for a first encounter. A conscientious busboy hovered
We began our meal with four discreetly close by to make sure our
cheese-covered mushrooms, stuffed water glasses were always full.

Great Lakes Shipping Co. offers a variety of seafare with authentic

Though the desserts were not
listed on the menu, (and we were too
full for them, anyway) we did notice
cheesecakes displayed on our way
out. The restaurant also serves com-
plementary Baked Alaskas for birth-
days.
According to Quade, the restau-
rant caters to "the over 35 crowd,"
and its prices reflect this. The high-
est priced entree was the lobster tail
dinner for $29.95, and the most ex-

pensive bottle of sparkling wine -
a 1982 Dom Perignon - is $110.
But Quade noted that the restau-
rant's bar has recently begun to at-
tract a younger crowd, and during
graduation it has been known to
draw over 500 people.
The restaurant sports both lunch
and dinner menus, as well as a lim-
ited children's selection. A unique
feature of the restaurant is its tailor
made menus, printed daily.

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