If you are looking for fine dining, this is not your place. If you are looking for fast, excellently prepared seafood in a very casual setting - this is your place. Always crowded, so expect a wait. Large tables take a long time to be called. For two people you can always sit at the raw bar and have a few of the hectic kitchen, which we like to do - kind of like a dinner show! On recent occasions we have had the blackened mahi, prime rib and the soups - all very good. However, the fried oysters and whale fries are not to be missed. We so infrequently eat fried food, but this is the bar to do it in.
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