The restaurant, like the hotel is warm and filled with nice woodwork and art and flowers. Like the hotel, it is expensive, usually good, and pays attention to detail.
The menu for dinner was eclectic, with both more elegant offerings and finger food. We ate outside on a patio below the sidewalk along the beach. Interesting perspective. The heaters were so hot I wondered if our hair was going to singe. Inside the restaurant was packed but were happily almost alone for most of our meal.
We tried several things, from excellent and garlicky broccolini to flatbreads, pasta, meat and sandwiches. All were fine but frankly none were superior . The desserts, sounding so tempting were just ordinary. In fact, the simplest of all, a hot fudge sundae, had a somewhat "off" taste and texture to the ice cream as if it had thawed and been refrozen.
So while it was pleasant and all great sounding, it sounded better than it was. For the amount spent on an ordinary meal, Coast just did not do it for us.
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