This was a very enjoyable night. We had an 8:15 reservation. It was well after sunset and the torches were lit. We sat right down by the water. It couldn't have been prettier. There were a few people who walked by but all were quiet. Certainly less traffic than in any sidewalk cafes. I agree that the hostesses seemed a little out of sync and disorganized about the reservation,but we walked over to the bar and got a drink while we waited. The thing about this restaurant is the setting. You are right out on the sand at the water side and it could not be prettier. The service was very friendly and attentive. I ordered a second drink and it was not what I ordered. The waiter took care of it immediately. In a vacation mood, I had ordered a Hurricane ( which my husband pointed out " grown ups don't order" ) So don't get too adventurous at the bar. My husband had an Oyster stew ( not the East Coast type) and it was very good. I had the Shrimp appetizer grilled on lemon grass skewers and it was amazing. It was done just right and the seasoning was excellent. They fell down a little on the entrees. My husbands fish was very good, a bass variety, but I ordered the Wahoo and it was overcooked. Perhaps I should have sent it back but I was so distracted by the beauty of the surroundings that they could have served shoe leather and I might not have noticed. The beauty is the reason you go here. It was very dark and starry by the time we ate. As I said, the few passers by did not detract from our enjoyment, but I can see that at busier times of the day it could be an issue. It is right on the beach and there are people walking. Do go here! Get a reservation a couple of days in advance if you can, so you get a good table. Even for us, married 40 years, it was a romantic setting. I just wanted to sit there forever. There was music, just at the right decible level, so you were aware of it but it did not interfere with conversation. I would not really consider this a place to take business clients or little kids. It is not a casual beach hot dog stand, and it is expensive. However, the breath taking beauty of the torches, the stars and the white tables on the sand is like stepping into a painting.
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