Tognazzini's Dockside Restaurant

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1245 Embarcadero (2nd Tower of the Power Plant)
Morro Bay, CA 93442
(805) 772-8100

Foursquare Tips

  • Atmosphere , locals ...like the sea lions. =)
  • The most crab on a Louie ever eaten before. Awesome fish & chips! Delicious calamari sandwich. The clam chowder soup had large chunks of clams in almost every bite.
  • Oysters are the bomb but the grilled fish is breaded. Not bomb.
  • Ordered a meal and 1 oyster to try in butter. It was soooo good, wished I'd just ordered a basket of oysters. The best I've ever had
  • This is the best place to spend a sunny weekend afternoon in MB- the chowder, the fresh fish & the gentle tunes are the best. Drink a Firestone and treat yourself to the Seafood Quesodilla :)
  • Clam Chowder!
  • BBQ oysters, clam chowder bread bowl, calamari and chips and a fun atmosphere!
  • Fantastic clam chowder.
  • Clam chowder add some butter to it it's out of this world
  • BBQ oysters and tacos are great! It can get a little crazy and backed up on the weekend so go in the week if you can
  • We ate out on the back patio. Though a working dock we still enjoyed the atmosphere. Also saw sea otters and a seal lion just off the pier.
  • Perfect service, fresh and really good seafood. Also the non-seafood meals are great. Perfect value for money!
  • Awesome fresh fried fish. Try the whole rock fish without the batter
  • Fish, fish, fresh Today Local Fish. Everything you want and more bergen the 3 'Dockside' restaurants. Beer draught and bottled.
  • Sit with a view of frolicking seals and don't miss giant BBQ oysters slathered in garlic butter.
  • Oysters are awesome!
  • Captain's Platter enough for two and delicious!
  • The clam chowder: great but the fish n chips : ok.. When I came as a kid this place was called the fish Shanty and you ordered from window and had a gift shop!! Was the best!'
  • Fries and chowder were ok, but the halibut was dry, the Caesar salad mediocre and the service below par.
  • Sells baked tilapia on the menu as "grilled fish of the day"...

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