The location is okay; on the harbor-front; docks and boats, but no real scenic beauty, although better than just being downtown. Restaurant is minimalistic; a tad stodgy; cement floor; maybe a bit eclectic. There are outside tables; didn't see any heaters, but it was raining and maybe they were tucked away someplace. Our waiter was extremely pleasant, very well versed with the ingredients and most helpful with making sure my wife's dietary restrictions were accommodated. The restaurant wasn't busy the night we were there, but there didn't appear to be enough wait staff on duty. We waited almost twenty minutes after we were seated before we saw our waiter. Great guy, probably over-worked, but there's really not much of an excuse to wait so long for initial service and then drink refills. Grilled seafood was excellently cooked but way over-salted; too bad, because the plates were otherwise very well presented and tasty. Overall, an adequate place, but nothing stands out other than a very gracious but seemingly slow waiter (the fault here lies with the management and not the employee). Neutral recommendation.
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