Last night we elected to try the Tasting Option for dinner at our hotel, along with a flight. It was not exactly what we had in mind. There were 7 courses, but if this place truly serves the best seabass in the country, I feel sorry for California. It was sort of slimy and similar to the seabass you would be served in a Chinese restaurant, with some sort of plum sauce over it, but it's pretty gutsy to call it the Best Seabass.
Our final entree was a tenderloin I had ordered rare. Rare to me means when I cut it there is blood on the plate. But they simmered this first in a water bath, apparently. I suspect the ahi tuna is better, so that's what I will order next time around. How can you mess up ahi tuna?
You can read more about our adventures on Marco Island at the beach in my personal blog, along with photos, and a story about Bank of America and the HAFA Short Sale Credit Report.