The location was on the water and lovely. The sky was clear and there was a full moon making the setting just wonderful.
The menu was limited to four entrees with few other options, which were not what one would expect for a waterfront salt water harbor area. The waiter, although plesant, was unfocused and all over the place, even though there only about three or four table occupied. The entree we chose, filet tenderloin on skewers was cooked properly and tasty, but was also limited in amount with no sides. It was also pricey and in keeping with a French restaurant, which we should have focused on. Although it had good reviews online and locally it was not worth the cost.
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