We started with the Seafood Bowl for $14; scallops, salmon, mussels and haddock in a bowl of garlic cream and white wine broth. Though the staff stressed that this isn't a "seafood chowder", I'd describe it as a de-constructed seafood chowder. Save for onions and potato, it had all the elements. Though the mussels were pretty puny, the scallops and fish were lovely, cooked just right to remain tender and flaky.
When we finished our seafood bowl, we wanted something cheesy and crunchy- the nacho dip seemed like just the thing! The menu describes this dish as a "Party in your mouth!" It consisted of layers of refried beans, black beans, mixed cheese, red onion, mixed peppers, salsa, cream cheese, jalapenos and lime sour cream. For $12, the dip is served warm with salty oven baked corn tortilla chips.