We decided to have dinner at Flatbread because of the great TA reviews, proximity to our hotel, and their location on the water. I took some pictures of the interior of place, which is warm and attractive. The bar runs down one side, and the open kitchen and wood-fired hearth is on the other side. We had a table for two in the rear, with a water view. My husband ordered a local beer and I had a glass of pinot grigio (one drink each). The server was nice, but did not offer or bring out glasses of water. We decided to share their basic organic salad, for $7.50. It comes with baby greens, celery, and shredded carrots. If you wish to add another vegetable, like sun-dried tomatoes, mushrooms, or red peppers, it costs $1.25 per additional veggie item, or $2.50 for two items. The salad was fresh and tasty, but very basic. We decided to share the large nitrate-free pepperoni & mushroom flatbread. It was a large serving, adequate for two people. The crust was crisp around the outside edges, but very soft in the middle. The pepperoni was used sparingly, and the mushrooms were very finely chopped, not sliced, which I think contributed to the slightly soggy presentation. We either had to use knife and fork or roll/fold the slices like a sandwich to eat it. The taste was OK, except for the pepperoni, which I found to be extremely salty. The bill before tip came to $46, so expect to pay over $50 for two to eat here. I would look at it as more of a place for the bar scene, and less of a great dinner venue. They did have a musician playing guitar on a Monday evening. So it was OK, but not worth all the hype, we thought.