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Perched behind a motel parking lot over the Oakland estuary, this casual, low-slung seafood house has more to offer than you might expect: patio dining, waterfront vistas, a rollicking live music scene, and food that occasionally transcends the perfunctory chowder-and-calamari menu. Freshly caught fish is expertly grilled, broiled, or blackened; the linguine with fresh clams is rich and garlicky; the walnut-studded brownie is a decadent, delectable dream. Although the gloppy clam chowder is best avoided, the bright, refreshing mango mojito makes an ideal meal-opener.

Hours: Tue.-Sun. 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; late-night menu available Fri.-Sat. 10 p.m.-midnight; Mon. closed


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Price: $$$

Payment Type: All Major Credit Cards, Diners Club, cash, ATM/Debit

ParkingChoice: Lot Available

ReservationsChoice: Accepted

Attire: casual

Extra Info: live jazz, blues, and soul Friday and Saturday nights

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