Whiskey Red’s seafood-leaning menu will be on no one’s list for the best food in town. However, its marina-facing patio is an excellent Westside spot to watch the sunset. It’s definitely touristy, but if watching rich people float around on their private boats doesn’t soothe your mind after a long week, then we simply don’t have much in common.
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