At molly presently the short ribs and seafood pot pie are pretty good as is the asparagus and morel mushroom salad. You can also usually order off the bar menu in the dining room if you ask nicely.
At oyster point the grilled snapper for two and the scallops are good, as is the tuna tartare. They also have a really good burger and good fish and chips. Oyster has summer Thursday night service on the deck with live music and a menu.
It's not knock your socks off wow good food, but the dishes are competently executed. Unlike so many other places down the shore, we've never had a bad meal or gotten sick at either place yet. The desserts are ok, but not as good as the food.
Indoors both restaurants offer good service, cutlery, crystal, table cloths, and an acceptable noise level, not to mention the view. The pitcher is also the only place in our area which requires jackets for men at dinner in the dining room, which says something in and of itself.
My wife is from Europe and I lived there for a number of years. If we have a special occasion or out of town guests Molly and Oyster are our go to spots if we are not going into the city.