AAA Inspector Rating Details (scale 1-5)
AAA Inspector Notes
Visit this spot at sunset to truly enjoy the gorgeous canal and marina views—many guests come by boat and dock right up at the restaurant. The dining room feels like a renovated barn with a relaxed vibe, yet architecturally interesting with its use of reclaimed materials including the floors and exposed post-and-beam ceilings that are open to the second floor. Creative and fresh sushi preparations should not be missed including the cowboy roll made with lobster, spicy crab and shaved prime rib. House specialties include Nola shrimp with Worcestershire reduction sauce on jasmine rice with French bread or the Danish baby back ribs in a house made barbecue sauce that is served with coleslaw and fries. For dessert, the much talked about banana cream pie or iron skillet cookie topped with ice cream will not disappoint. There usually is a wait for a table on weekends in summer, but at least you can enjoy a drink at the large outdoor bar where a view of the waterfront can be had while relaxing in an Adirondack chair.