$150 for two (including tax and tip) with no wine and no dessert/coffee. Yes, the seafood is good - fish is fresh and perfectly prepared ... but we had equally good seafood at much less expensive reaturants in town. This is a place to see and be seen; if you're interested in that sort of scene, you'll be pleased. Otherwise, there are better options with views of the mountains or the water. I would not return.
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