A very nicely decorated Bistro cafe with a European feel and not Tex-Mex, offered a continental style dinner menu. It was pricier then other local venues but there was very pleasant entertainment on a Saturday night., A guitarist singing 40's50s' and 60's songs. The service was very attentive and the menu offered a respectable listing of seafood but upon inquiry, the crab, shrimp and fish were not locally obtained. The Bouillabaise had copious amounts of seafood and soup was al bit salty and a shrimp and pasta dish was average. The shrimp had an iodine flavor. It was a very pleasant dining experience but disappointing that imported seafood was used in preference to local.
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