Ever been to a restaurant where nothing on the menu tempts you to stay?
On my first visit to Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille, there were just two seafood choices among the entrees. There was South Carolina wreckfish with patty pan squash and heirloom tomato ($31) and Virginia striped bass with bacon, English peas and preserved Meyer lemon ($30).
The other three choices were free-range chicken, pork porterhouse and beef cheeks.
It was my understanding that Wild Sea, which opened Feb. 19, was all about Florida seafood. And the word "grille" led to me believe that if we didn’t want seafood, we might find a great strip steak or a burger.
Read the review at Sun-Sentinel.com.