This restaurant has a soothing oasis-like ambience with a light seashore theme, copious use of reclaimed wood and calming blue walls. Multiple dining rooms are available and the seafood is packed in ice and on full display. The skilled chef offers a seafood-centric menu, but meat kabobs, pastas and grilled steaks are also available. The dishes are a fusion of flavors with heavy Latin and minor Asian influences. The service is spot-on with genuine congeniality. The cazuela, a hearty tomato-based seafood stew, is one of several house favorites. Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday.
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