We arrived at the Channel Marker and were seated within minutes- in the very back corner of the restaurant. We asked to sit closer to the water, but were told all of those tables were "reservations." The website didn't say anything about needing or preferring reservations. Upon being seated at our table, we noticed that a vent that was directly above our table was dripping condensation onto our table. The waitress asked if she could move us, but whoever she asked said no and told her that if she wiped the condensation off the vent, it wouldn't drip again for about an hour. Our waitress, Kimberly, was very nice and answered all of our questions, but had to leave us several times to go ask menu-related questions. From one of the questions, we learned that NONE of the seafood is fresh and is all frozen- individually. This restaurant literally sits on the water and for the prices they charge, it's a little absurd that the seafood is not fresh. The food was decent and we all enjoyed it, but based on our experience, we would definitely not return, nor would we recommend it to others.