I ate here with my family and another couple on the Sunday after Thanksgiving, so the restaurant (at which my brother and his family are regulars) wasn't very busy (he says he usually has to call for reservations). It's not easy to serve a party of 10 or more, and the waiter was relaxed and cheerful.
Food was outstanding! I had a half dozen oysters - excellent and fresh, even at this inland location, and the special red snapper - fresh and perfectly cooked. My cousin had my usual seafood favorite, the cioppino and it looked - and he said it was - excellent. There was, of course, the one non fish-eater in the group, and she had the steak, which was also very good. The wine list was quite reasonable as well.
Worth every penny!