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The Cuddy Restaurant Review: On a boat, a cuddy is a small cabin offering shelter; The Cuddy restaurant is inspired by this idea, evident in its maritime décor and warm, welcoming staff. The menu highlights the place’s proximity to the shore with straightforward seafood, often dressed up with a twist: crab cakes get a cilantro aïoli and pineapple salsa, while tuna tartare is served with fresh watermelon and a ginger vinaigrette. Also featured is more down-to-earth pub fare. Highlights include the Cuddy fish dog with crushed peas and the beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips. Desserts continue in this vein, with sticky date cake. The brunch/lunch menu proposes two sweet options --- challah french toast and classic waffles --- as well as savory dishes --- think poached salmon with a soft scramble and pan-roasted deviled eggs, if you’re looking for something a bit unique. The wine list offers both local and international labels, and the beer selection includes five international draughts and seven bottles. Cocktail fans are sure to find something that appeals.