This restaurant apparently is usually crowded enough for a significant wait, but we arrived at 9pm and were seated right away. The service was quick, efficient, and friendly for the most part. The exceptions were the hostess (hello, first impression? Bad attitude, and a lack of any interest in their job other than the group of teen boys hanging around outside), and the hosts at the Sea Ray Experience (same thing, basically, except busy on a cell phone and the carousel operator talking to friends).
The concept is "underwater dining." There are huge tanks filled with all sorts of marine life, which allow you to watch black-tipped sharks swim by while you dine... on seafood. Seems a little cr...Read More