First of all. I'm not sure what the atmosphere is likely usually...... we apparently got there on a night where they were having a fund raiser. It was a very loud and hopping place. They had a band on the patio and lots of people chatting and partying.
We ate in the bar area. The view was great! The night lights of the port make it a very magical place to sit. The view during the day would be very different, but probably interesting because of the activity. You are right on a waterway.
Our directions from the hotel were not very specific, so we stopped along the way at a couple of restaurants that were a bit iffy....... When we found the actual Ports's O'Call Waterfront Restaurant, we were greatly relieved and felt that this is one of the best choices in the area. This whole area is called Port of Call, so finding the restaurant is difficult. It didn't come up on our car GPS, nor on phone Trip Advisor. It is at the end of the restaurant area and of the port of call area.
Our waitress in the bar area was very friendly and helpful as well as prompt with the food. Considering how many people were there, that was amazing. Though she was not knowledgable about the wines, she was good in all other areas.
The fish & chips that my husband had were tasty, though heavily breaded, so he took the coating off and ate the fish. The calamari was good, but I thought the dipping sauce was a bit odd. The salad was good and I ordered a crab cake. It had good flavor, but if you are looking for the really nice crab chunk type, this is not that. It has a sort of soft crab salad type filling. All and all, this appears to be the place for an evening meal in this area.
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