Great food and service.
Our Valentine's meal was superb! Michelle provided excellent service. It was the BEST Valentine's date we have had in the 40 Valentine's Days we have shared together.
My husband and I go to The Wave and the Cabana Bar often. We had friends visiting from San Francisco. We decided to take them to The Wave for Valentine's Day. They loved the place. The food was delicious as always!
Couldn’t have been more enjoyable
The food was excellent specializing in seafood .I was my second time there this season in Florida and it was quite busy this time.With a lot of people dining at the same time the noise level is very high and not pleasant.
found the space to be too loud to enjoy any conversation with my wife, it was so loud that we found ourselves repeating our food choices to the waitress, over priced for atmosphere would never go again
My dish was absolutely delicious. I had the scallops from the regular menu, sort of bronzed scallops with creamy polenta and sautéd spinach, yum! My dining partners were lukewarm about their meals. One had the salmon the other Caesar salad with 1/2 a lobster . This salad / lobster combo is not offered, but the staff made an exception to accommodate my sister-in-law’s request. Only downside for me was noise level.
Very good food and excellent service. Due to the acoustics it was very noisy and loud. Would return if they had outdoor seating.
We decided to come here at the last minute - was not disappointed with the food and service. David is a great server - he knows the menu and makes you feel special. It was "Steak Night" where they offer different steaks of your choosing and chef specials. We shared the barbeque oysters for an appetizer. This is a delicious dish - very New Orleans - I had one of the Chef specials - Rack of Lamb - it was so good - cooked perfectly, almost decadently delicious. My husband had the regular menu Pan Roasted Red Snapper - it's always a great choice. My only issue was with our bar drinks - come on - a 30 minute wait - the bartender should take care of the "foodies" eating first rather than the bar crowd""