Set on beautiful stretch jutting into the bay, we were celebrating a 46th anniversary. The evening was stunning with a slight breeze and unbelievable sunset. The waitress Ellen did a fine job for us. The calamari and crab cake were selected for sharing appetizers; crab cake was excellent, and the ok calamari needed a more substantial sauce, way too bland. For entrees the ahi tuna plate was exceptional, one of the largest and tastiest ever. The halibut was huge and fresh and delicious. Hubby and I shared the soft shell crab entree, beet salad, and lobster bisque. First, the soft shells were outstanding, crispy and fresh. Salad-wise, lots of beets but lacking in a flavorful dressing to boost the greens. A clam chowder was mistakenly brought, which upon tasting, was promptly exchanged for the bisque. Both were, honestly, inedible. Truly. Yuck. Whoever manages that kitchen should be ashamed to serve the garlic-laden paste each was. And in seafood country? Major dud. Other than that, we enjoyed our evening and the music and the crowd although we had been hopeful for a celebratory ice cream or??? Fell short of being an exceptional restaurant.
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