We ate at Hot Fish Club because some friends were playing at the Gazebo (their outdoor bar) and we wanted to dine and listen. We learned that they were two separate buildings however the hostess found us a nice spot on the back deck where we could hear the music and see the water. We did not have to wait which is unheard of on the Inlet on a Friday night. I had peel and eat shrimp, and seafood corn chowder, and my husband got shrimp and grits. Everything was so delicious! And very reasonably priced. We got out of there only spending $40 after tip and I had no complaints. The service was great, food was great, and atmosphere was great. After visiting several Inlet restaurants this one is my favorite!!