I'm a local, I WANT to love Seachasers. There are so few beachfront restaurants and this has a great view on the back porch. I watched the renovations from the old hotel that was there and I frankly can't figure out why they made the choices for this layout. A full bar facing 1st St (away from the ocean) and a deck with no bar at the back facing the ocean, with the restaurant in between. 1st Visit - Planned on dinner, but after waiting an hour for an appetizer and drink we closed out. (The conch fritters were above average). 2nd Visit - An hour before closing we were told we could be seated, but only for drinks - not for food. Goodbye. 3rd Visit - Tables available, but this time the kitchen was backed up and we were at least told that it would be at least an hour before any food orders would be accepted. Goodbye. 4th Visit - No issue with seating, and not a huge problem with the slow service, but there had been a private party the night before and they were out of many things and several liquors as well. After an undrinkable mojito and local beer ($16) and an unfortunate server who had to go back and forth from patio to front bar to check things (not their fault) we were one and done. It just feels like they haven't got it figured out, and there has been plenty of time. We'll find a better spot and hope the next iteration is better, because without some changes this won't make it.
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