We ate here on our first night, tired, jetlagged, hungry, and not wanting to venture too far in a new city in our bewildered state. So, after checking into the Westin, taking a shower, working out what was free in the hotel and what would be charged, bouncing on the bed, etc., we went out looking for some nourishment.
A nice gentle walk along the harbourfront took us to a small, smartish mall called the Harbour Centre. With a few tourist-orientated clothing shops, souvenir outlets, a coffee shop, and a couple of restaurants, it looked like we needed to go no farther that night. We perused the menus of the three or four restaurants on the ground floor and elected for the Boathouse Bar & Grill, ...Read More