During the day, the place might as well have been an upscale cafeteria, located in what is the Residence Inn. Problem: no free parking for guests unless you can get one of the six spots aways away from the hotel door.
Service very good. House wine okay (Shiraz) but pricey. Food was EXQUISITE and okay on price.
Hope they can keep the chef. They'll need it.
They bill themselves as a seafood restaurant.
No Afternoons there are two choices out of about 12, which we had and VERY good, beautifully presented and French quantity (Bubba?--don't eat here) but otherwise a regular menu.
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