Head to this spacious, brewpub-style restaurant for first-rate seafood—everything from pan-fried trout to cedar-planked salmon and sea bass Wellington. A lot of other fishy items round out the menu: king crab legs, scallops in truffle butter, and rich seafood cioppino. The sushi is spot-on, too; there's a nice sampler platter if you're seeking variety. Good non-aquatic options include the rib eye with wild mushrooms. Service is casual and fun, although weekends often
bring long waits.