Celebrated the 4th of July by taking a chance on this restaurant. Our first indication that the restaurant would be, at the very least, acceptable, was the crowd of people both sitting at the outdoor patio and those waiting for tables outside. As we (my daughter and I) chose to eat indoors, our wait was fairly short. The décor and music was welcoming and put us in the island mood. As we were not very hungry, we only ordered appetizers and a virgin pina colada from our very attentive waiter. The portions were large enough that we brought home some of both the quesadilla and the sampler tray. We are truly planning on going back so that we can have dessert!
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