With its curvy green banquettes, warm wood accents, and inviting bar, this stylish restaurant is proving a magnet for Knox Street shoppers. The menu includes East Coast oysters, fish and chips, whole fish, and a burger (carnivores gotta eat too). Our favorite dish was the snapper and shrimp ceviche, bathed in a bright and tangy passion fruit and lime vinaigrette, bolstered by crunchy bits of cucumber and zingy jalapeño. A spicy seafood and sausage gumbo proved too salty (we also wished it had included okra, even though that ingredient is optional). More satisfying was the trio of fried grouper sandwiches. Cloaked in a crisp, delicate batter, the fried fish joined lightly dressed coleslaw and horseradish pickles in soft yet sturdy buns; a bigger dab of tartar sauce would have made these seafood sliders perfect. A more substantial—and more pricey—selection, the pan-roasted snapper had a nicely crisped skin but was slightly overcooked; it came with a very mild lemon butter sauce and a pleasant mixed green salad. The wine list includes many good by-the-glass options. Proprietors Greg and Nik Katz also have Beverley’s and Clifton Club.