Located on the Intracoastal Waterway and serving fresh seafood with a Caribbean flair
I was told the Bluewater Grill would be a fantastic dinner location so I got there while it was still daylight to be able to see the place transform - and it sure does. They had music, on a Sunday evening! Live band was great, people were dancing, they had a DJ playing tracks - it was the place to be. It was by the water and you could see other businesses and places across the water on the other side, people on their boats docking, quite the nice lifestyle I must say. Dinner was a simple affair for me, just wanted to take in the ambiance. I enjoyed a sesame ginger shrimp on crab fried rice with a nice red wine and finished up with an apple cobbler which was HUGE. I did not finish it really. I loved the energy in the space, sat outside as thats where all the action is. Good music and food always gets folks happy and this evening was no different. A pretty nice meal for my first dinner in WB. If you do visit, I strongly suggest heading out earlier to get in some music and ambience over drinks at the bar. If you have the time and inclination, you might want to check out Motts Seafood Channel - a seafood market open all year round offering fresh fish on ice and carefully curated readings and other condiments.
Live music on the patio from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Sundays at 4 Marina St.