Fish and seafood are fresh, simply prepared, and delicious. The restaurant has the advantage (or disadvantage, depending on your perspective) of not being on the wharf. The dining area has minimal decor and can be crowded. But it's a lively scene, and I enjoyed eating at the bar, where oysters are shucked. Good wine list. This is not an inexpensive restaurant, but it's worth it.
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