We dined here on a Tuesday evening, with 6:15 reservation for the dining room that we moved to 6:45 PM. Our party of 5 including a young child was seated one row in from the windows, which was very nice since we still had a view of the marina. We couldn't really hear the live entertainment from the lounge that well though, so if you're visiting for the music try sitting in the lounge. I personally love the somewhat retro-kitschy atmosphere of this place. It reminds me of a great seafood restaurant we used to visit when I was a kid in the 70s. At first glance the menu is quite pricey, but they do have a reasonable Sunset Dinner Special for $30.50 (be aware that if you have any coupons, they aren't valid on the Sunset Dinner) as well as an extensive PuPu list & lounge menu (you may need to ask for the additional menus if you are in the dining room). In addition, all entrees come with soup or salad and a choice of side. I had the lite order of ribs with clam chowder (delicious) and garlic mashed potatoes. This was a TON of food, and I left stuffed. The ribs were OK, not stellar though. Two of the others in our party did the $52 Special Dinners that were more seafood oriented. They were both happy, and we all shared the two chocolate lava cakes that were very rich and wonderful (but way to filling after the big meals). Overall, we were all pleased with the experience. Also, my young son who is enthralled by fish enjoyed the large aquarium out front and it was a nice distraction while waiting to be served (as long as someone was okay standing there with him).
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