The four of us went on a Tuesday evening. We were seated in the very comfortable atrium area and immediately greeted by Michael who was very knowledgeable about the menu and the area. After perusing reviews of this restaurant and several others on TA, we decided on this one because they offer and serve from a Gluten Free (GF) menu. I had the crunch grouper and shrimp with Caesar salad. My wife had a GF halibut dish. Other guests at the table had steak and crab legs and the broiled platter. The crunch fish was very good. There was one filet of grouper and three large crispy shrimp. My wife's halibut was tasty and cheesy. I didn't try the broiled platter or the steak / crab legs but both appeared well prepared and satisfying. The steak was ordered medium rare and appeared to be cooked to the proper doneness.
Overall, we were pleased with everything about the evening. The location is not near the water so if you are seeking seafood with a view of the shore, this isn't the place. The dining area does face a nice garden area that separates this restaurant from the rest of the shops in the area so it has a good ambiance. Service was friendly but could have been more attentive to our drinks (we had to ask for refills twice).
The cost for the four of us to include three beers and one dinner at "market cost" was just over $120.00 - include tip with that and we were pushing $150.00 for the evening. This is somewhere I am glad I went based on everything I've read but will try other places in the area for the remainder of my trip.
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