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One thing you won’t have to worry about at The Ocean Room: Being comfortable. Each table is adequately spaced from its neighbors; your table will feel intimate thanks to the décor. For example, a large marble table that sits in the middle of the restaurant and decorative ironwork railing divides the large dining space from the row of tables that hug the back windows looking out on the Atlantic Ocean.
Against the side walls at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant, tables utilize a long bench seat and pillows in silk fabric and soft colors, which allow the area to sink away for even more privacy. Overall, The Ocean Room doesn’t come across as a restaurant that’s trying to cram in as many people as possible or rush people through their meals. Instead, The Ocean Room creates a comfortable atmosphere that invites you to linger a while, thanks to the comfortably spaced tables.