Now in Chandler’s exciting “New Square,” DC’s shiny glass-and-steel home has all the appeal of a swanky, big-city restaurant, with decor reminiscent of the warmth and intimacy of the old downtown location. With Wisconsin roots in family-run restaurants, the owners’ seafood menu would not be complete without a nod to that region: walleye, baked or pan fried. Other choices are swordfi sh, salmon, shrimp, crab, lobster and catch of the day. An extensive wine menu and happy hour are available

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