Yes...but the view is the restaurant itself. Innovative use of stone, very eclectic, modern with extremely high ceilings. The food however is often not as lofty..a little hit & miss. I'm all for small plates..the American way of having 'huge' plates of food is a little off putting..and why we could all stand to lose a little..I digress...however..for the price the food presentation is a little too small for me..I also hate to leave hungry after shelling out $100 for two for lunch..ok..so we had wine..just saying..the Grouper Reuben is the way to go for lunch..in season..really tasty & moist. Lots of regulars on this menu but nothing truly outstanding. The atmosphere is casual & friendly with attentive (but not too hovery..is that even a word) staff. It can feel a little echoe (is that a word) when it's a slow day..I'm thinking they should lower the ceilings..oh and the views out to the bay are lovely.