Taking over the old Sushi Zushi spot, this attractively appointed and relatively new seafood spot (whose name was Pearl Dive when we visited) offers everything from hand-shucked oysters to raw and cooked seafood dishes and towers. We never pass up an assortment of raw oysters to wash down with a glass of bubbly, and we had no complaints about the selection here. We also enjoyed the succulent blue crab fingers, accompanied by a savory remoulade. Charred octopus served with pickled serrano chiles was our favorite entrée of the evening, followed closely by the beautifully cooked halibut filet a la plancha with a delicious ginger butter sauce, crispy potatoes, and a curried yogurt sauce on the side.