It's hard to put your finger on the theme of this restaurant strangely billed as an "American Restaurant." As such, it falls into the category of California Cuisine by default. The atmosphere is subdued (a nice change) and the decory is some strange, moody Native American/ post-modern hybrid. The food is eclectic - a lot of seafood prepared in exotic ways (ie with miso, etc.). A bit overpriced but a nice experience and a pleasant retreat from the mega-chains which have taken over this neck of the woods.