Went for dinner at 9:00 pm on New Years Eve, 2012. (We had made a reservation online.) My boyfriend had the Grouper from the Specials menu, and I ordered the 1 lb Alaskan King Crab Legs, also on the Specials menu (the first item). I normally would not get something that expensive (listed at $45.99), but since it was New Years Eve, I went ahead. We both had a glass of wine, and he also had a mixed drink. His entree came with rice, and mine with homemade mashed potatoes. We were not offered any substitutions, and neither came with salad or soup, or even a vegetable. His fish was okay, nothing special, but my crab legs were really good. But when we got the check, the charge for the crab legs was $10 more, $55. When he questioned it, the waiter told us he brought me the one from the regular menu, which was supposedly 22 ounces instead of 16, and was more expensive. He assured us that my dinner was the larger portion, and since we had no way of knowing whether it was or not, we paid the bill. But when we ordered, the waiter had asked us if we wanted the grouper from the Specials menu, and we said yes, so we assumed he knew we also wanted the special for the crab legs. He should never have made the assumption that we wanted the crab from the regular menu. I wonder if this happened to anyone else. At any rate, I feel the food is overpriced for the quality, and for what you get. As for atmosphere, there really is none. Going forward, we will take our business to Bonefish, Dover Straits, or any number of other seafood restaurants.
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