Rumfish Grille. They are in Bridgeville in Great Southern Shopping Center. I knew parking would be easy and easy parking is a huge deal right now. It's hard enough to get in/out of the car/wheelchair right now that I don't need to complicate it with parallel parking or curbs or parking on a hill or anything that would make it more difficult. I also knew from tweets that they had an outdoor area.
We both were quite satisfied with the quality and quantity of our lunches. Each build your own lunch was $14. We both had unsweetened freshly brewed iced tea, which was nothing special (regular tea, not flavored) but at the same time was definitely not bad or weak iced tea. The hostess was very friendly and welcoming. When she saw us coming in, and again when we left, she hurried to hold open the doors for us. Our server was also very friendly and gave us time to leisurely order and enjoy our lunch.
I really liked sitting almost outside. The water feature blocks out any traffic noise that might be audible from the parking lots. It was relaxing, for me, but it was around 1~2 pm and not yet crowded. On a busy night, it might be noisier or less relaxing. The interior seems relaxing, too, deep orange color with shades of brown and bamboo. After we ate, we walked around the restaurant. There is a ramp leading up to the open kitchen and a terrific view of the outdoor area. You can sit at a around the food prep bar and watch the food being prepared or at a comfy looking booth. Down from that elevated area there is a liquor bar and a raw bar. Lots of different seating options.
I would definitely return to Rumfish Grille for lunch. I would go there for dinner but given my lack of enthusiasm for fish and the higher dinner prices it would not be my first choice. There are a lot of protein choices under 'create your own entree,' which is nice. Duck, chicken, beef, and pork for non-seafood people and I counted 11 seafood options on the online dinner menu.The shrimp & grits intrigues me, though, so maybe SP & I will have to go for dinner soon. And there is lobster bisque, which we both like a lot.