A few friends and I chartered a 37' Benetau and were on our last night of our 4 day adventure when our day ended at the Regatta Point Marina, which is part of the complex that the Riverhouse serves.
It was a Saturday night, about 5:30 by the time we tied up the boat and checked in. The sun was setting behind the sailboats and the view was glorious. The restaurant was marginally busy, nothing too bad. We were seated right away and chose a table outside to enjoy the sunset. Place is not too loud, and lighting is appropriate.
Service was prompt and courteous and our waitress seemed genuinely interested in our journey and was very welcoming.
We drank the house Chardonnay, which for a house wine, was good enough. We shared the Lobster bites, which we crispy and flavorful. Their house bread...coconut and pineapple flavored I believe, was interesting. The butter they served it with (cinnamon) made it a little too much like a dessert. I would suggest a butter more savory...like a garlic,herb or maybe something with a kick, like a jalepeno butter.
I had the fish tacos..three of them with the order. Plenty of food, even if you're hungry. Fish was prepared well, and the filling complemented and didn't overpower the fish. I believe they use Mahi Mahi.
We hopped over to the bar, which was not crowded and very nice, with a couple flat screens tuned into college football and enjoyed a couple of Bushwackers (dessert in a glass). Our bartender was excited to make them since it is her favorite drink and they are rarely ordered there...
I would certainly go back. It's not a five-star, Michelin winner, but few restaurants are. But whether you're looking for a romantic place to take a date and enjoy a nice sunset, or taking the family out for some good fare, I doubt you'll go wrong with this place.
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