This highly recommended restaurant is tucked away behind another restaurant at a very busy intersection of Hwy 111 and Washington, so ask for directions. Reservations not accepted. We were a little uncertain of the protocol on entering, but were promptly greeted and offered a patio table - they give you a sticky note with the table number on it - before entering the line to order from an expansive list posted on the wall adjacent. We then moved to the table, to find drink orders already there, with the entrees not far behind. Salmon was perfectly done, and wife's shrimp, scallops and swordfish kebobs were exquisitely seasoned. We chose two well-priced glasses of pinot noir, which for an additional $5, you can buy the bottle. Sounded good to us. We had only three parties in line ahead of us, but 10 minutes in to our dinners the line had grown to nearly 20. However, they have it down to a science, so don't be put off by a longer line; it is worth the wait.
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