Or maybe it was already fancy, and I was just unaware 'cause I mostly go - or went - to the Lakeside (o.b.e.) or Manitoba's (ditto). Lamia's Fish Market is run by the same people who own Le Souk, if that means anything to you. It's rangy, like Los Feliz on Orchard, and there's a glassed-in room in the back that would be perfect for your rehearsal dinner. It's also quite glamorous, decor-wise. See?
I went for their "early catch" (aka happy hour), during which you can get, in addition to many other appealing things, four kinds of oysters for <$2/each. I was crazy about the Fire Island Blues, only slightly less enamored of the Black Duck Salts (which would be described as "mushroom-y" at Upstate), and not all that fond of the East Beach Blondes. I also got a ceviche trio: shrimp with onion and pepper and lime, ahi with gray and black caviar and baby arugula, and scallop with smoked paprika and red shiso. Very nice! Especially the scallop.
No hard liquor for now, so I had a Seaside Sour, pretty and foamy and too sweet for me. It's a comfortable place to hang, and it also might appeal to some of you wine guys, but I know very little of such matters and can only report that the list is long and contains some orange stuff and some natural stuff.