Stinkys is one of our favorite casual dining spots on 30A, so when we found out the owners had opened a fine dining restaurant, we were eager to try it. Like most places on 30A, fine dining refers to the menu options over dress code - and Trebeache held true to the trend. A very comfortable setting with some fine finishes. Our server was informative and provided attentive service. She made a small error on my order, and quickly made it right. Service was 5 stars. Food was better than good, but not quite to the crave-able level to garner a 5th star. We started off with the pork belly oysters which were full of flavor and delicious. They were suppose to be presented "on fire" but ours had extinguished before table. Nonetheless, they were good enough that we ordered a second set of oysters - the International (champagne butter). The oysters were gulf fresh and fantastic. My wife opted for the lobster while I decided on the NY Strip. Her lobster was buttery and decadent as to be expected. She noted the vegetables and gnocchi that accompanied it were surprisingly well complimented to her and she ate almost all of it. We typically don't dress lobster up too much, but this worked. The New York Strip came out a perfect Med Rare. I opted for the sprouts over the asparagus which was a great call. It was all very good - but the steak didn't have any notable elevation over similar level restaurants. We finished off with the bread pudding sundae, which my wife enjoyed more than I did. I am picky on bread pudding, and I think the ice cream and fruit made the warm bread pudding cook to quickly leaving it chewy. The menu and specials leave a lot of options and we will certainly visit again. I will go the seafood route on the next visit. Was an enjoyable night overall.