You don't have to live near the ocean to find a great seafood restaurant..
A nautical motif best describes this upscale restaurant's interior. Large dining areas range from quiet to bustling, near the open kitchen. Service is fast and pleasant. A wide range of shellfish is available as an appetizer, as are some nice garlic fried calamari. As for entrees, fresh fish is the main attraction, though chicken and steaks are available. Top choices include grilled Alaskan halibu and hoisin-glazed yellowfin tuna with wasabi mashed potatoes.
#1 For Fresh Seafood. I have been to other seafood restaurants and I realized that if you want FRESH, GOOD seafood you need to travel to the Waterfront and enjoy the taste of Mitchell's Fish Market. Always fresh never frozen!!
Little fish....big bill. Do you want to spend 45$ on a 5oz piece of meat, a 2oz piece of lobster, and 3 green beans? Yeah, i thought not. Service is horrible. Food is tasty, but after 2 of us spending $100....we went for a pizza because we were still hungry. Awful.
delicious. The food was out of this world. Appetizers were outstanding as we tried 3 different ones. The Salmon quesadillas were to die for. Plenty of good food for the price. If you go home hungry or disappointed shame on you.
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