This is not a fancy seafood restaurant, it's more like a "diners and dives" cafeteria, but it is clean, well lit, and organized. The atmosphere is tables in the center of a fishmonger/butcher shop. The fresh fish is beautiful, and reasonably priced. I paid $8 for a lobster tail on a recent visit. The tail was cooked outside on a grill seconds after I ordered it. My soft shell crab was about $6; freshly battered in front of me and deep fried ight there. The employees let my young children watch them grill the food, and even exchanged stories about fish with them. They are friendly and helpful. I took some scallops home for later, and I'm pleased to report they were fresh, with no fishy smell. I enjoyed this diner much more than the more upscale seafood places I've been to, and the prices were about 50% of what I'd have paid elsewhere. I'll be back for all my holiday seafood shopping!