My partner and I were invited by Sweet Waters along with about a 100 or more other people to be their guests and taste a bit of their 2 menus. They serve outside (river front and bar with tables) and have an nautical design inside restaurant. Hey it was free (you should have seen the crowd). Food, drink and service (a bit slow due to the crowd) but great. Sure there were a few "kinks" but no one seemed to mind. On the following Saturday evening, we went back (eating (at our expense) in the dining room) ordering via a server and menu. This was it's first original night of opening, but Kathryn, her husband Mike and manager (Cathy) were on top of any problem (sure there were some but they have been corrected). Our steaks, cooked over a slow cooker, served with salad and vegetable were delicious. From what I saw at another table, their hamburgers left very little to be desired. For those of you who complained (hardly any at all) - please remember, this was the restaurants first night and you can never please all. We have been back a few times more for lunch and dinner - take my advice - you want good American food - go to Sweet Waters -(oh those ribs) a long time great American restaurant that is up and coming in quality, service (and quantity) were great. Now we have 2 fine restaurants in Flagler Beach, Tuscan Grill and Sweet Waters. Thanks to the Romero's and Policastro's! What's next with these guys????
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