This pastel-colored, minimalist space is fun (there’s a deck of cards on each table for your Go Fish game). The offerings at the retail seafood counter looked a little spare on our midweek visit, but that was balanced by the light, bright feel of the long dining room. (Husband-and-wife developers Houston and Emily Carpenter added this seafood restaurant and wine bar to their growing and varied list of San Antonio dining ventures at the beginning of 2023.) We had a delightful sardine toast (the flavors exceeded all expectations) and an order of spicy grilled prawns that left us wanting more. All in all, everything was excellent. But we do wish that the frequently changing menu was a bit more varied and included a few larger entrées.