George’s on the Cove offers a fine dining experience in the price range of $20 to $35 per person. As the evening ocean air makes its way up the cliff and the sounds of ruffling waves dash against the cove walls you can be dining in style. You won’t miss a single shooting star under the nighttime canopy on the third floor terrace.
George’s on the Cove has three levels which include the basement, mid floor and the upper deck. Both the upper deck and the mid floor areas have access to cove views. Each floor contains a bar and their own chef. If you don’t like the offerings on one floor you may consider checking the menu on one of the others. If you’re just looking for a place to drink wine you can sit in the plush cellar on the lower floor.
Lunch specials are $10 to $15 with items like the Mediterranean Grilled Vegetables for $14 made with hummus, tzatziki, house made pita. Evening dining ranges from $17 to $27 per person. You might want to try the Spaghetti with Clams for $20 made with toasted garlic, roasted tomatoes, white wine, and extra virgin olive oil. By-the-glass wine is within a few dollars of $10.
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The area is well serviced and even though it was very busy when we attended a table was promptly cleared. We made a special request to sit next to the railing to watch the ocean and that was promptly offered with a short delay. Food appeared to be well prepared and full of detailed flavor. An outside glass half-wall protected us from the wind while a heat lamp warmed the tabled. A definite destination for both locals and tourists.