My husband and I left our toddler with a sitter to dine at Table 209, but it wasn't worth the effort in my opinion. We were there in the off-season, so we weren't surprised to find only one other couple in the restaurant. The bright spot was that we were in and out pretty quickly.
We ordered crabcakes for an appetizer, and we were informed that they were out. So we opted to skip the appetizer course and get our entree's instead. I ordered scallops, and my husband ordered Chicken Piccata, usually a favorite for both of us. First, the good - the Chicken Piccata was very well-prepared, if unimaginative. Definitely 'old school' and drowning in butter, but my husband thought it was ok. My scallops were well-cooked (which is often difficult) but they were not well-prepped. I found a hard chip of something (shell?) when I bit into one scallop, and then subsequent scallops were very sandy. I sent them back. The flavors were good, but I don't like encountering hard or foreign objects in my food.
I wouldn't call the service warm or friendly, but it was definitely adequate and fast. I think the food has potential with a little attention to detail.
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