Visited on a Saturday night with a reservation. It was interesting that people arriving before us had to wait for a table outside but we were seated immediately with a reservation. What made it interesting is these groups weren't seated for 15 minutes or more but there were empty tables galore outside. It seemed more of a lack of staff issue than anything. A neighboring table had an issue with the setting sun shining directly in their eyes. I would suggest if you are eating close to sunset to make sure your are seated under the covered seating area. Service was good but not great. Our waiter did his job but wasn't personable at all. Our meals were good but also not great. I had the filet mignon bracciole but I swear it wasn't filet. Someone prove me wrong and I will apologize. Caesar salad was fair and bread in the table was closer to stale than fresh. The view is beyond great but can also be loud with boats depending upon their speed. The inside, which we walked through on the way outside, seems a little dated and the bar floor and foyer, which clearly has had too much water applied during cleaning over the years, is warped and buckling. They are doing construction to add a second floor although the way it seems construction is either at a standstill or slow because the new wood and building wrap looks faded. Anyway I think the money would have been better spent on a full inside remodel downstairs. Final vote is 4 stars but closer to 3 1/2. Good but not great.
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