Very quiet Monday evening off season meal. Resturant was about half full, which compared to the rest of the fare along the drive, indicates a huge success this time of year. There is no better advertising for a restaurant than a busy parking lot.
The place is near the end of the mainland bridge, just to the south by the marina. Many of the tables are positioned with a picture window view of the fishing boats, which is nice. Standard deep blue / green decor with artful dim lighting, stuffed fish hanging from the ceiling, fishing art on the walls, and a fish tank by the entrance to keep the headwaiter busy.
Appetizers range from $7 to $15, Entree's from $15 to $35, with most seafood entrees being around $25. We had a red snapper dinner plate special which was $30 and included soup/salad and veggies and shrimp Rockefeller. The fish was very tasty, slightly too big to finish but otherwise excellent. The fish was offered cooked about 7 different ways. We went with broiled.
Waiter was knowledgeable and attentive with helpful suggestions when asked. As the place was not extremely busy he was able to give us a good level of attention which was not overbearing. The wine list is limited and by-the-glass even more so. Likewise, so is the beer menu.
Overall a very nice meal, slightly overpriced for what was served in my opinion, but still very enjoyable. Well worth a visit if you are tired of the fried seafood scene and want something a little more upscale and upmarket.
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