Sadly, these reviews are spot on. We ate here on a Groupon. First problem...we stood there for 7 minutes before being acknowledged. Off to a bad start. Decor (we ate downstairs) was nothing exciting, and while the rest room was clean enough, during the short walk there things seemed dirty. The service picked up after the initial lack of greeting and the woman who waited on us was lovely and appropriately attentive, although it seems that several of the items on the fairly limited list of entrees were on the verge of running out-- on a Sat. Night at 7? The menu was almost exclusively seafood, unless you wanted a sandwich. No beef or vegetarian options at all for entrees, which was surprising in a place that prides itself on cooking with local food during what is, after all, the height of harvest season. The wine was fine, but expensive and nothing impressive. No house wine. By far the best part of the meal was the appetizers. The mussels were excellent and the polenta "fries" were the best thing we had. The entrees were very disappointing.Pasta with lobster was very dry (although better the next day when reheated with a little liquid). The pork tenderloin was dry and tough..almost inedible. To be fair, the arugula and sweet potatoes and onions served with it were excellent..I could have eaten them and skipped the pork entirely. We didn't bother with dessert, nor did we see the menu, so I can't comment on that. Bottom line- a fine place for a sandwich but nothing special for dinner and quite expensive considering everything. Oh yes, the bread looked like a baguette from the local grocery store. Again, wouldn't you expect something with a more local feel?
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