Dined Friday 2/17 at 5:00. We went early to avoid crowds. Evening valet was great. Nice ambiance, pretty windows and it didn't smell like fish, even though it's a fish restaurant! Hope it can stay that way for the non-fish lovers. Our waiter, Adrian, was very attentive. Wait staff went over and above, assisting ALL tables with clearing and filling glasses, even if they weren't theirs. We very much enjoyed our fish. However, the restaurant seemed to be working out new restaurant glitches. Time between courses was slow and the pretty mashed potatoes were room temperature, as if they plated them early and then waited for the fish to cook. Maybe need a better warming light? Mom's in a wheelchair and the handicapped access was frustrating. From valet spot had to push mom up inclined sidewalk along alley and then ask employee going in side employee entrance to find owner of car blocking access gate to sidewalk in front of restaurant and then wait for another employee to move car. Upon leaving, car had been reparked so as to allow the gate to open, but the car was so close to another car mom's wheelchair barely made it through. Seems like this area should be designated "No Parking" if it is the handicapped access.
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