We went on a Thursday night. We had our place to ourselves around 5:30pm but it got busy quick. We had the hibachi grill. Same entertainment you see at them all. I wished they would change things up a bit. Our cook, Diego, did manage to throw in a magic trick or two which made it "new" to us. The food was excellent as always. The manager stopped by and we had a long talk about how he really enjoyed working for Landry's restaurants over the years. He was very pleasant to talk with. The atmosphere was beautiful - right on the water and dimmed lights with candles.
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