Our visit to Sunset Coastal Grill, which faces the Gulf of Mexico, was a dinner visit. There was not a large crowd and we were able to get a Gulf window table. These are the best seats in the restaurant, particularly if you are there during the sunset hour. We were shown to our table by a pleasant greeter. Our waitress was attentive and very congenial. There is a nice assortment of wine, but we opted for a margarita and a tap beer. WE started our meal with a steak and potato soup which was outstanding – quite tasty and loaded with steak. The entrees start with a house salad which is larger than average and in addition to greens contains house made croutons and dried cranberries. A nice mix of tastes. We each went for a pasta dish, so we did not get a starch side with it. I had the lobster ravioli which has a significant amount of lobster, both in the stuffing and in the sauce. The lobster was a little tougher than I prefer, but the taste of the dish was excellent. My wife ordered scallops in a Gouda and wine sauce and served over angel hair pasta. It received a delicious rating. Considering that we each had a beverage from the bar, the soup and the entrée, the price was lower than what I would have expected. In addition to the pasta choices, there are many seafood, a few meat and chicken offerings. You might want to reserve a window table to take advantage of the sunset. I would guess this place gets crowded in high tourist season.