We scanned the positive reviews on Yelp and this site and thought it'd be a good bet. Descriptions said German and seafood, and the outside wasn't much to look at, so we expected typical Port A casual/rustic/worn with a powerhouse kitchen. Arrived at 6:00ish for our 3-generation family dinner (young kids, young retirees, and a 30-yr old couple) the place was dead and quiet. Signage at entrance indicates that it's the meeting location for the local Kiwanis club. I love what the Kiwanis do, but this should give a sense of the kind of tastes this restaurant is used to satisfying. Decor is silk flowers hard tile floor and linen tablecloths. Wine list is fine, not extensive but way overpriced. Service was very efficient and friendly but a bit too in-your-face for my tastes: e.g. Kids meals came with a scoop of ice cream for dessert but server did not ask parents' permission before placing the sweet treat in front of the kids. House baked bread is excellent. Salads=blah. The staff is proud of their made-to-order sauces. They were good, but a little bland with too much emphasis on 'cream.' The specials, however, were terrible. For a restaurant that is 'known' for seafood they should know how to cook a $27 grouper entree so that it ends up flaky and not rubbery. If I hadn't been with my in-laws I'd have sent it back.