After ordering the wrong wine (my mistake), our patient and understanding waiters exchanged it for the right one and followed up with tasty tuna tartar, an imaginative cauliflower salad, an overcooked yellow jack entree and a fairly generous portion of delicious black cod. My visits to neighboring tables made it apparent that a lot of imagination here goes into appetizers and small plates, which look wonderful and will be our entire meal the next time we come, which won't be long. (We could have done about as well cooking our cod entree at home and would have done the yellow jack one rare instead of well done.) Prices are as to be expected at a large high end informal fish house as is the noise level. An interesting feature: a well appointed fourteen or fifteen person dining room upstairs.
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