Following a normal day of painting, computering, and exercising we went to Eat Here, the affordable version of The Beach Bistro. Both are owned by the same proprietors and both have excellent fare. The Beach Bistro is situated on the beach with beautiful views and lavish interior accommodations. Eat Here is in a plaza next to a dentist's office. It does offer a pleasant interior with great paintings and a long, raised community table. Last year we ate several times at Eat Here and were able to make reservations. Reservations are no longer taken. I think it is part of the "We are great and you have to wait like everyone else to have our fabulous atmosphere and food" approach to alternative advertising. Against the advice of Martha and Oleg we went at 6pm, the height of elderly dining, and were informed it was an hour wait. During that hour we made great friends with a couple from New Hampshire who have been coming here for 15 years. His brother was with them and knows people in Marion at Burr Brothers Boats. There were also 2 women from Tennessee who have lived in Little Rock and Pine Bluff. All of us were lamenting the very bad winter in New England and worry about our roofs. It was a most interesting and uplifting hour. Oh, and yes the food was worth the wait.