The rooftop deck in the summer season is great. Too bad it closed already! The backyard bar is still fun. Sushi is great. Menu is a bit limited otherwise but the sushi menu is good. We ate inside then to the backyard bar for drinks afterwards.
Very disappointing... Cod sandwich was bland. Our waitress never checked in on us, no offer for 2nd round of drinks. I noted that my reservation was for my wife's birthday and no gesture was made to recognize that. Decor was nice...
I was disappointed in our experience at Daddy O. The dining room is nice and our server was very pleasant. The food was okay but not great and no where near exceptional (where it should have been based on the prices). The wine markup is obscene ($65 for a bottle of Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc that it usually about $13 in a liquor store). Overall, I would spend my money elsewhere as there are many excellent restaurants on LBI that offer far better value.
Service was fine. Ambiance was great. Food was awful. Therefore the experience was overpriced.
Food is very good. It's pricey and the portions are small but the food is delicious. They have a very nice upscale bar. My biggest complaint was that our waitress was pushing "extras" and add ons such as mocktails for the kids that were very pricey as well as a lobster tail add on and other things. It seemed as if she was doing anything she could to increase the final check. I found this very annoying.
Daddy O's is always a pleasure. We love this place and love to eat at the bar or out in the garden. Food is always good and service terrific. Definitely one of our favorite places to go on the island.
We made our reservation on OpenTable and were greeted and seated immediately after entering the restaurant. Anyone familiar with LBI history may remember this place as formerly being Wilma's. They seemed to renovate this nicely with an upscale aura. There's a private lot across the street for parking.
I would have to classify this restaurant as pretentious. You would think it would be fine dining, but after looking at the menu, they just seem to have a limited supply of overpriced food with little or no culinary imagination. I would be surprised if they have an accredited chef on staff.
We started with a bottle of Malbec ($50-- which would retail at $12) and some appetizers. Breaded Wisconsin Cheese Curds for around $12 and deliver about 6 slivers of cheese and some fried breading on the side. Tasty, but greasy. We also ordered the Old Bay chips which were served in a funnel cone with aioli sauce on the side. Not too bad except my son's Lobster Roll ($28) also came with the same chips on the side. And speaking of the Lobster Roll, for the price, you would think it would have more lobster than mayo and be served on a roll slightly bigger than you'd get from a Bar Harbour food truck.
Our party included 2 vegetarians as well-- my wife and daughter-in-law. Not too much on the menu for them. Fortunately we asked Caroline, our waitress and a very good one as well, who mentioned they have a separate menu. Good thing we asked. My wife ordered the Veggie Oichiette while I ordered the Crab Oichiette. If you look at the photo's taken, it would be hard to distinguish which was which. If you look very carefully, you could distinguish 1-2 small white lumps of crabmeat probably weighing no more than 5 grams total. The major difference though was the price---- Veggie for $18 and Crab for $28. A major disappointment. I would have been better off with the Veggie.
The upstairs bar was fun. However, you cannot see the sunset. They put the bar on the wrong side of the bar area.
Made a reservation and was seated right at the reservation. Dress code casual so we were not under dressed.
Room is comfortably dark.
Service was great, food delicious and pleasant evening.
Excellent service. Good quality food. Would definitely go back.