I took advantage of one of the specials. There is a happy hour menu from 5 to 7 p.m., which includes several of the regular menu items for $10.50. There are also four of the appetizers on special as well.
I got the lobster ravioli. The bits of spiny tail lobster are encased in the pasta and served with a vodka cream sauce. It is topped with shrimp and almost has an alfredoesque consistency to it, though it is light red in color.
The dinners there are reasonably priced and plentiful. Seafood is the dominant theme, with salmon, swordfish, halibut and ahi staples of the menu.