Excellent variety of fresh and sometimes exotic seafood, a large selection of oysters from all over the world for the connoisseur and slightly quirky side dishes and appetizers like garlic mash, beets, creamed spinach, crab dip and sardines make this Nassau Seafood offshoot a dining treat. It's BYOB so you don't need to worry about spending your whole budget on wine. The decor is simple, complimented by exposed brick walls. The outdoor dining is less glamorous and sits on the main road but is outdoors nonetheless. It's a little loud for a date but suitable for fiends and couples on a night out. Call ahead or you'll never get in on a weekend but do go, it's worth every penny.