Debated about going here since reviews were a mixed bag, but glad we went. Arrived at 5.30, when sun just setting. Given a perfect table overlooking the harbor. Restaurant dimly lit with understated nautical theme. Initially, there was quiet vibe, but the noise level picked up as patrons arrived and the pianist began his set. Varied seafood choices and other items for non-seafood lovers. I ordered the prix fixe menu (soup or salad, select entrees and dessert for $38). I selected the Maryland crab soup (red based), which the server said was a house specialty. Mildy spicy with a couple of large bits of crab. Entree was crab stuffed shrimp (5), served with veg du jour (green beans) and mashed herb potatoes. Very tasty. My husband selected the field green salad with pear and candied walnuts in a toasted onion vinagerette ($8). Salad also came with goat cheese but my husband asked to omit. No problems with having dairy-free meal (unlike previous poster). Server was accomodating. My husband had applewood bacon wrapped trout with green beans and fries ($24). He raved about the trout. Good selection of wines by glass and bottle. Bread was fabulous and they serve it with this spicy aoli - OMG so good! I had key lime pie for dessert. Not the best ever (light on the key lime) - but nice cap to the meal. Would recommend if looking for good seafood meal overlooking harbor. Accomodates small and large groups. By the time we left, almost every table was full - looked like the type of place people go to celebrate - lots of multi generational tables. If looking for quiet spot, ask for table overlooking water to the immediate left of the hostess stand. A romantic little nook out of the hustle and bustle of the main restaurant.