My wife & I were one of 3 couples who had dinner at the new Red Sky on Friday night, 12/28. There weren't many people in the restaurant, perhaps because it was so new & the weather was poor.
The indoor section upstairs was pleasant in a conventional seaside bar sort of way with Sirius satellilte music mostly from the 80s. The draft beer selection was failry good - I had a Blue Moon - & we shared reasonably priced Sonoma Cutrer chardonnay with the table. My tuna tartare appetizer was nothing special; seasoning was uninspired. My cup of crab/lobster/corn bisque was quite small, too thick in my opinion, & with very little crab/lobster but an abundance of corn. My wife & I shared a stuffed flounder entree that was OK, but not unusual.
Service was quite good, & I suspect the food will improve with time. The menu looks ambitous & inviting. We would go back.
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