This was our second trip to Mariners for dinner. I think the memory of a newly discovered place is always the best, but even though our second visit was on a busy holiday night, the service was good, and the food overall was exactually as ordered. But... this time I sampled the broiled oysters....oysters rockefeller and oysters bienville. Very poor. Couldn't find the oyster buried in the midst of a gooey mass of breading, cheese, spinich and other additions which had long since gotten cold and discolored. So, my advice is to skip the broiled oysters. The rest of the food was good, and the wine by the glass was very nice. I will go again and do still recommend this place to others.
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