The Sea Grill is a local institution. The menu includes all of the local seafood favorites including salmon, halibut, sole, crab and even razor clams. There are also non seafood offerings including a stuffed chicken breast that is very good. Perhaps even more than the entrees, the Sea Grill is known for its salad bar and yummy twice baked potatoes.
While the food is good it is also heavy and, can I call it retro? This is the kind of seafood I remeber from the 70's. It is covered in so much butter and heavy sauce you can barely discern what the base ingredient is. Those looking for a more a more subtle treatment of delicate seafood will be disapointed.
Service is OK. Waitstaff is attentive if not overly accomidating. Special requests were tolerated, though not without a hairy eyeball or two. Food was delivered in a timely manner and we never felt rushed.
Overall this is a decent place and even better if you want to reminiss about what fine dining was like a couple of decades ago.
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