Seafire has taken over the former Candleworks, and kept the old decor largely intact. As a new spot, reservations at peak weekend times go quickly, so book ahead unless you like dining at 5 or 8. Our party of 4 was seated promptly and service was friendly and efficient. The menu is appealing with a good mix of appetizers and main dishes. The lobster bisque was rather bland and the house salad enormous and tasty. Three of us had fish and all enjoyed their meals, as did the beef eater. The bread is warm and spicy. Our one complaint was the noise level - it was hard to carry on a conversationwithout shouting.
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