The Port restaurant is at a price point that creates high expectations. We dined on a weeknight, in season and the restaurant was half filled. The black chairs and ceiling tiles are offset by earth tones and recessed lighting throughout, creating a warm atmosphere. We enjoyed our wine and the soft bread loaf that began our meal. A calamari appetizer was good - not spectacular. My wife ordered the quesadilla appetizer as an entree and liked it a lot. I had the pepper encrusted swordfish, an excellent dish and nicely presented. The mild taste of the fish blended beautifully with the kick from the pepper and the accompanying guacamole. Service was good with a few minor slips. Our server recited a long list of specials but gave no prices, forcing us to ask, if interested or just guess (remember, this is an expensive place). She failed to remove the finished calamari plate (tables for two are small) before the entrees arrived. Overall, we enjoyed our meal and will return, perhaps after the summer season when things (and prices) calm down.
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