We ate at the Seineyard last night, it was a Saturday. We arrived around 7:30 and the dining room was full. We were seated almost immediately. Within the next hour, it slowly cleared out, so I guess that was the end of the rush. Service was OK. There was a pretty long wait for the food, but it says on the menu that each plate is cooked to order and it's not fast food. We shared the large seafood platter. Due to the oil spill, there were no oysters, so a crab cake was substituted. The food was great. Everything was delicious. I thought the prices were very reasonable. The large seafood platter was $16.95 and was enough for 2 people. We also had key lime pie, which was a reasonable $3 per slice. They have seafood baskets, one item with fries, for around $8.95 and a small seafood platter with 2 sides for $11.95. All was not great. The hostess was less than welcoming, the atmosphere reminds me of a school cafeteria, and all dishes are plastic disposables. All in all, the food and prices are great, so I would return.