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Captains Cove Seaport Bridgeport

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Captains Cove Seaport
Bostwick Avenue
Bridgeport
CT
06605
Tel: 203-335-1433

Where are we going today?

Since 1982, Captain’s Cove Seaport has grown from a vacant lot and a handful of slips to one of Connecticut’s premier tourist attractions and seaport complexes. Located on Historic Black Rock Harbor, we are an active maritime and amusement center. There’s no admission fee here and we’re casual.
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    I'm going to try and keep my bias to a low as I am a former, key word is FORMER, employee. At first look, Captain's Cove seems like a great place to grab some food and enjoy a nice view. However, after working there for a summer, I would never eat or even spend my time there. First off, cooks do not wear gloves while preparing food nor are they encouraged to. What makes this worse is that most cooks do not wash their hands after using the bathroom. Health code violations up the wazoo. Management is incredibly rude to not only customers, but even...Read More

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    Gave the bartender my credit card which they then "lost" asked two different bartenders said they had already gave it back. Called credit card company for 40min on hold canceled it then they "find" it a hour later. No apology and when i told them i had canceled it they told me i couldn't leave even though my credit card company had said they had already charged me. I had to call police . Needless to say I will never go there again wait staff is rude and will not help the customers needs.

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    No question about it, the worst $26 I have spent on food (one dinner) in a long, long time. I'm not really sure where they got the idea that whole belly clams are supposed to look like popcorn shrimp. For that much dough they could have filled up the cole slaw container too. Really, really, really lousy meal.

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    There is wonderful full face painting on weekends at a reasonable price, a walk around magician, good food, cute shops, and the best ice cream around! I love this shop called Make a Bracelet, they have the cutest jewelry and beads - and so much less than at retail stores in the mall. St. Vincent does it's annual swim across the sound there, which is a great family event

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    Poor parking for boaters. Vendors aggressively sell wares. Buy my candy ! Slip holders frequently walk 1/4 mile as vendors and staff utilize best spots. Bikers by day thieves walk the docks by night.

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I'm going to try and keep my bias to a low as I am a former, key word is FORMER, employee. At first look, Captain's Cove seems like a great place to grab some food and enjoy a nice view. However, after working there for a summer, I would never eat or even spend my time there. First off, cooks do not wear gloves while preparing food nor are they encouraged to. What makes this worse is that most cooks do not wash their hands after using the bathroom. Health code violations up the wazoo. Management is incredibly rude to not only customers, but even their own employees. The working conditions are even worse. 90 degree+ kitchen where employees work up to 9 hour shifts without breaks because "we have customers". If the food doesn't scare you off, the way they treat other humans should.

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