This restaurant is just...there. No fire, no passion. An interesting wine bar/tasting room/gift shop greets you when you first walk in to this mixed-identity restaurant. The wines are interesting, but a little overly confident when pricing their own blends - the cheapest glass to be found here is $7.50 (and this includes house red/white). The food is forgettable pan-American - we started our meals with a delicious crab and lobster bisque, but were let down with the main courses. $30-$40 plates are average, but the quality in ingredients is lacking and our fish was left under the hot plate too long so it was dry and chewy. My dad's "angel hair" pasta was a clumpy mess; the presentation for all of our dishes left much to be desired. It certainly wasn't the worst meal I've ever had, but left absolutely no desire to return - no "wow!", just....meh. And a pricey one at that.
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