It's a cozy place, as in small. Pretty, though. In mid-July in Cape Coral we had to wait 20 minutes for a table on a Friday night, out in the heat on the ample deck. But it was worth the sweaty wait. The hostess said 20 minutes, and it was. Nice little bar with some seating, but every seat under air was taken. The menu was varied; not sure how much of it was fresh vs. frozen. The entrees come with soup or salad. Salad you can get anywhere; trust me, get the soup! The chowder was loaded with all the good stuff, cream, butter and lots of varied seafood. Absolutely delicious. Since we were at a Gulf-side seafood restaurant, we ordered fresh grouper...the daily black grouper special and the grouper piccata. Both meals were delicious, and the presentation was lovely. I'm really glad we tried it. I can't imagine how crowded it gets during Season! They don't take reservations, either.
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