I had gone to Oceanaire last year during RW with my mother and sister, and since we had all enjoyed it, we decided to go again last night. Wow, big mistake. First, I guess seafood on a Sunday is never a great idea, but I would imagine a seafood restaurant should have better access to fresher fare than others. We started with the fried calamari and a house salad for my mother, plus a half dozen oyters, I believe Cape St. Mary. We received our two orders of calamari first, and then the oysters followed. My mother, a purist when it comes to seafood, tried an oyster first, then she spit it right back out, which may not be done in the finst of circles, but there was something seriously offf about those oysters. We had not seen our server since we placed our order, since he didn't check on our table during our first course, so it was quite awhile before we could flag him down about the oysters and my mother's still missing salad. By the look on his face, he obviously did not realize that the salad had not arrived yet, and he didn't see that we hadn't touched our oysters until I had to mention that they were not up to standard. He did remove the oysters off the bill, which was the only redeeming factor of the night. Our second course came out 20 min after my mother's late salad was finished, so it was quite awhile for my sister and I, who had finished our first course some time ago. My mother and sister were not pleased by this point and just wanted to get out of the restaurant, so we rushed through the second course, which were crabcakes and the black and blue salmon, which were decent, though the crabcake had a litlle more filler than I would have expecetd. Maybe because it was a RW crabcake, so whatever. We also ordered the potato gratin, which had crazy amounts of barely melted cheese and was very oily, though it seemd more like cheese oil than the purported truffle oil in the gratin. We ate about half of our food and requested boxes, which for some reason took 10 min after asking two different people, and no one wanted to order dessert, but since it's part of the menu, I insisted we stay for at least a few bites. We ordered dessert and asked for the check at the same time. Fortunately, dessert came out quickly, tin roof sundae and raspberry sorbet, and we gulped it down, though my sister barely touched her sundae; she was just through with this meal. We had already paid by the time we were eating dessert and were just going through some quick motions to finish. Perhaps just a waste of calories, but the sundae was fine, and the sorbet refreshing, if a bit too icy. Overall, not a satisfactory experience, and I wish I had taken them to another restaurant to take advantage of RW. Oh well, I will not make the same mistake again.