....succeding the old Salt Air. Not as good yet, but clearly it is on it's way. The rooms have been revised to make the restaurant more accommodating. My wife and I both ordered the lobster, crab and pumpkin bisque soup, which was a beautiful
blend of the three( not easy to do). She had two appetizers in lieu of an entree, flatbread pizza and big eye tuna. Both were very nice. I ate the jumbo shrimp and chorizo entree, which was good but slightly disappointing with respect to the the lack of a perfect "marriage". The wine list contains a decent selection. Overall, this is a restaurant that is worth visiting. My sense is that it will improve nicely, assuming it maintains its kitchen staff. In the end, that is the main factor for any restaurant.
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