To say this is waterside dining is a stretch. The restaurants sits alongside a narrow canal used for docking small boats. The predominate view is of the parking lot for the boaters. There is a view of the Great South Bay in the distance but it is hardy an idyllic view. The outside dining area that I could see seemed very basic. It is a narrow stretch aside the canal. The tables were picnic tables of the type you would expect to find at a rest stop along I 95. The main dining was modest but neat, with large windows. The noise from the bar was a constant presence throughout the meal. We also had to ask to have the music level turned down. The service was basic. Our wish that the food would save the day was not to granted. While the appetizers of duck wings and New England clam chowder were good , the entrees were not. My grilled mahi mahi was dry and tasteless. My wife's filet mignon was overdone. We will not be repeat customers.