We choose Lucy's because we wanted to patronize a place that sourced local farms with local ingredients. Called to ask if reservations were recommended, (they were) and our table was ready at the appointed time. The atmosphere is pleasant, but noisy; and we were seated away from the door, especially important on this frigid night.
We ordered an endive salad with blue cheese and friend okra for appetizers; both portions were generous, actually too much for the okra. Lobster and beef brisket combo for one entree; and hangar steak, as a steak frites, for the other. The steak was perfect, but was slightly disappointed the lobster wasn't shelled before serving, thinking that should've been better disclosed when we asked about the dish. The mini Boston Creme pie for desert, was delicious.
Service was a bit spotty a couple of times, as in we had to look for our server; but the owner came over to the table during our meal, to ask about it.
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