Diners will find an impressive variety on Cala’s dinner menu. You can choose from pub food, such as Mexican street tacos ($5 each) and the haddock sandwich (fried or baked, $14), or elegant entrees featuring seafood, steaks, ribs, and pasta dishes. Pumpkin and squash ravioli ($19) is one of Cala’s best sellers, Cushman said.

There are also nightly specials, and I was tempted by a house favorite, the lobster roll ($17). This delicacy is served every day in the summer, but typically only on Wednesdays in the winter.