Final night in San Diego after a couple of mind numbing business days and we decided to enjoy some seafood. Just down fifth street from our hotel and close to one of my favorite cigar bars in Blue Point. The place always looks busy and the reviews looked good so we gave it a shot. No reservation at 7 PM on a Tuesday proved not to be an issue as we were quickly seated. Our waitress was friendly, helpful and nice. I chose the soup of the day and scallops and my friend the chicken and caprese. For side we had the horse radish hashbrowns, and steamed bok choy. The soup was a gumbo with shrimp, andoille sausage and a little zip. Tasty, fresh and filling. My friend said the caprese salad was the best he had ever tasted. My scallops we seared perfect and laid on a bed of ratatouille. Perfectly done then blended well with the vegetables. My gluten free friend thoroughly enjoyed his chicken. The hashbrowns with horseradish and cream cheese center are not to be missed. Desserts were home made sorbet which was also good. The service was excellent. Dishes wisked away, glasses kept filled, lots of attention. A very enjoyable meal.
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