Owner Ronald LeBreton brings more than three decades of New England–area restaurant expertise to the menu at Joe Fish Casual Seafood. Diners sink teeth into haddock sandwiches, chargrilled mahi-mahi and salmon, or handmade crab cakes. Servers ferry plates of fresh seafood, steaks, and pasta to high-top bar tables or seats on the canopied outdoor patio.
Start your cruise through Vinnie's menus with the pelagic flavors of one-dozen oysters, blackened and served hot and spicy ($10.99). For diners that are extra-hungry and in need of an odd hat, there's the big combo basket of all of Vinnie's fried delights: crispy oysters, butterfly shrimp, calabash shrimp, and fish fillets ($16.99). Vinnie's original fish sandwich with fries ($9.99) offers a handheld seafood option, not to be confused with the derivative fish sandwich—the chicken club ($8.99). Vinnie's seasoned chefs also put together wraps and entrees such as the shrimp and grits, which fuses ground-corn flavors with ocean-fresh shrimp ($10.99).
City Barbers' friendly staff at Uptown and Highland Creek specializes in the shearing, shaving, and four-part harmony expected of an authentic, old-time haircuttery, while using technology and sports to lure the most modern of men. Each workstation is equipped with its own flat-screen TV and comfortable black-leather chair, making it easy for clients to imagine what it'd be like getting a professional-quality haircut at home. The haircut will be performed by a skilled pair of scissors wielded by a skilled hand, then topped off with a complimentary straight-razor neck shave that will leave your skin feeling as smooth as a well-oiled fire truck.
Though Zink American Kitchen's updated location hasn't been reviewed much, Yelpers liked the former location, awarding it an average of 3.5 stars. TripAdvisors give it an average of 3.5 owl eyes, and OpenTable reviewers give it a near-perfect four-star average:
The Deck's casual coastal menu offers fresh seafood fare and handcrafted cocktails in a relaxed, beachlike environment. Settle into starters such as the she crab soup, a classic Carolinian concoction of blue-crab meat, crab roe, and dry sherry ($3.99/$6.99), or a dozen oysters on the half shell fashionably festooned with atomic cocktail sauce or classic mignonette ($12.99). Fish tacos are made to order with beer-battered cod ($7.99), achiote-seared rare tuna ($9.50), or blackened mahi mahi ($8.99), while the lobster roll swaddles Maine lobster in a buttery, split-top roll coverlet ($15.99). For patrons parched for liquid nourishment, The Deck offers handcrafted exotic cocktails made with fresh-squeezed juices. Fresh-pressed sugar cane boosts a traditional mojito's flavor powers ($8.50), and the margarita combines house-infused, candied orange Cazadores Reposado tequila with fresh lime juice and a syrupy kiss of agave nectar ($9). With its rooftop-deck seating and serene marine color scheme, The Deck offers seaside-style relaxification without the need for beach towels, sunscreen, or sandworm repellent.