Once seated, I was immediately served warm bread fresh from the oven and a tall glass of water. For dinner, I ordered salmon grilled over the mesquite grill. Salad is an á la carte item if you desire one. The fish was prepared perfectly and served with coleslaw and a choice of potato. Full from the salad and meal, I passed on dessert (although they did look wonderful!).
While I felt the menu was a bit pricey to be affordable for families, there were a lot of families with older children (10 to 18) dining that evening (a Monday night). A couple of nights later, I went back with my friend and her two kids (ages 11 and 13). There was a kids' menu that featured a child-size portion of an entrée, soft drink, or milk and ice cream for $6.95, which was very reasonable. For the four of us, the total check came to $65 (including tax), plus tip. While I responded that the price range for a meal here is in the $20 to $30 range, please note that this is for the basic fish dishes. Steaks were priced at over $40 and crab or lobster over $30, plus then there’s the á la carte appetizer or salad and dessert (if that's your thing).
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