We went to dinner here during on a weeknight. The restaurant is in an old building that probably was built in the 50's. It's on the water, and the patio is very pretty, overlooking the water and hobby boats. But the inside is just old. The owners have tried to put in a beautiful bar, but it's still just an old building. They had a duo, piano and voice, playing that night that started at 7:00. Unfortunately we were seated inside, so the music, although very good, was a bit loud throughout dinner. Our server was average; no smile, no suggestions, no returning to the table for any reason unless beckoned. Our appetizers were good, oysters were very fresh, and so were the shrimp and ceviche. Main courses were a bit off. Don't think I've ever gone to an Italian restaurant where pasta was served in a curry sauce. I would have liked to have seen more seafood dishes since we were on the water, but there were only a few. One of the guests ordered lamb chops and they were impossible to cut as they were very undercooked, even though ordered medium rare. The action seemed to be on the patio, and next time, if we go, I would ask to sit out there. Music would be quieter, setting would be prettier, and maybe the food would be better.
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