Sauce and Bread Kitchen does some great dinners. I have been to several and have enjoyed them all. Last month, they did one that they claimed was simple food. They called the dinner Bistro by the Sea and as can be guessed, featured bistro-style dishes with seafood. While I will grant that there were a few simple dishes, like the first, even the simple dishes were done very well. We started out with a couple of Oysters, one East Coast and one West Coast. The East Coast Oyster was from Misty Point, Va and the West Coast was from Willapa Bay, Wa. They were served with an Apple Cider Vinegar/Hot Sauce Mignonette, Lemons, and Horseradish. I will frequently eat oysters in the shell in one swallow, so admittedly I probably lose the finer details of the taste, but while they did have slightly different tastes and the West Coast Oyster was bigger, they were both briny and tasted very good. Due to the shape of the shell, it was smooth, the West Coast Oyster was easier to swallow.