Beautiful restoration and conversion of an old bank building into a chic restaurant, bank vault included. My group of three shared the triple tower (steamed shrimp, scallop ceviche, clams on the half shell, oysters on the half shell, special house oysters "Moscow" with vodka and caviar, stone crab claws, and a whole lobster all of which went perfectly with a nice Sancerre. I could have stopped there but my out of town guests were so overwhelmed, we kept going with triggerfish schnitzel, skate wing and potato terrine, fried oyster sliders, crab louie, house made sea salt potato chips, and more! Another bottle of wine also. The wine selections are good, not pretentious and easy to pair with the menu which changes daily. Service was friendly and perfect. And did I mention the crusty sourdough bread?
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