We wandered over here without a reservation after going to Wine Fest. It is a very pretty place with art all over. This is a beach town so people don't really dress up, but a nice dress would certainly be appropriate. We shared a shrimp cocktail with lump crab to start--very good, but between the eight shrimp and large pieces of crab we had a bad feeling we weren't going to be able to finish the entrees. Entrees come with bread and delicious garlic (herb?) butter and soup or salad. The salad was good, if not extraordinary; I ordered the vinaigrette with blue cheese, and they were very generous with the cheese. I couldn't finish my salad. I ordered the fish Oscar, which was snapper with hollandaise, asparagus and crab. It came with green beans amandine and orzo. The hollandaise was a little too lemony; otherwise, the food was good but way, way too much--I left at least half on the plate (incidentally, for such a pretty place, the crockery is industrial ugly). My husband had steak with Boursin butter, garlic mashed potatoes and green beans. The steak was an 8 ounce tenderloin--the right size and very tender. Service was pleasant. I would be happy to return but would have to remember to skip an appetizer.
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