Okay, so this is not a bistro overlooking the Mediterranean in the south of France, but for locals and visitors to this beach town on Block Island Sound it's next best without the air fare. Very happy to have the CGH back after being wiped out -- almost -- by Hurricane Sandy. They've done a nice job upgrading and enlarging the dining room by moving the bar area to the waterside and creating an open space from stem to stern, with great views from every table. The menu seems the same -- an eclectic range from an Angus burger to lobster. Not to die for, but prices are fair and the cocktails generously poured. When we're in town, which is often, it's an easy and frequent choice for dining out -- busy in summer, so we go early, but less-stressed after the summer crown leaves. We're looking forward to eating in the bar area on a frigid night off-season when we can enjoy the new gas fireplace in the corner.