The wife and I stopped here on a recent Wednesday night at around 7:30. The place was small inside, but empty, so we sat right down. The greeter was friendly enough and so was the waitress, though not overly so. The décor of the restaurant was "woodsy", but clean. The two sliding doors to the outside seating area were open so much the a/c was almost non existent on this very hot, humid evening.
The menu was not extensive, but adequate, with equal offerings of steak, fish, and pastas.
The first thing you will notice are the exorbitant prices. I expect to be gouged on the Nautical Mile, but this place obviously thinks pretty highly of itself.
We started with the fried calamari appetizer and were surprised to find that it was a nice portion, tasty, and also lightly battered. Most places use way too thick a batter, but not here.
We both then had the coconut crusted Tilapia over baby mixed greens. The pieces of fish were surprisingly large, and the meal was delicious.
The bread with seasoned oil they put on the table was also quite tasty.
I thought about ordering the $42.00 rib eye steak, but that was a bit rich for my palate.
The specials were numerous, but had no prices on them. You may want to ask before ordering one of those. We didn't order any drinks, but overhearing the next table's comments while scrutinizing the bill, it sounds like you'd need a separate wallet for beverages.
Overall, though at first shocked by the steep prices, we enjoyed our decent sized meals. I doubt that the Tilapia, which is a relatively cheap fish, was worth what we paid, but I've had worse price- gouging experiences elsewhere.