Having navigated the less than adequate signage, we arrived at this restaurant on the OpenTable agreed time. Then, we had to cool our heels for about 20 minutes in a bar that has a broad liquor selection and a bartender with the attitude of competence. When seated, we we given what many in the industry would consider the worst table in the house: a table adjacent to the back of house staff entry, across from a server prep area and with a very limited view of the great vistage of this restaurant. Having such an inauspicious beginning, the personality and competence of the wait staff, the freshness and presentation of the food (especially the poke uniquely served on a salt block and the chioppino) pretty much made the evening. Located in the lower level of a Cannery area hotel, the restaurant features a combination of more formal areas and less formal indoor/outdoor patio dining and bar service. The crowd appeared to be mostly tourists, as one may expect in that area of town. Given the prime location, the service did not only reflect an indifference to a clientele that is unlikely to return. Parking can be an issue if one does not take advantage of the hotel valet facility.