I live in DC and I visit NYC often so I have had more than my share of upscale dining experiences such as 1789, Citronelle, Jean Georges, etc.... this was not quite there but wants to be. Being from Boston, I mistakenly ordered the lobster as part of the prix fixe and it was simply below par in my opinion, chewy and a bit fishy, not sweet and succulent as all lobster should be. I have no doubt that I should have ordered something other than lobster, such as the conch, nothing will top New England for lobster. The sauce, potatoes and asparagus were lovely. The scallops and tuna were cooked to perfection and the taste exquisite. Service and presentations were outstanding. Desserts, part of it was good, other parts not very good and could have been better while the other selection was stupendous. Drinks wonderful. Beautiful view, good portions, outside patio and for Freeport, this is the best you will get. If you are celebrating a special day (I was, my bday!) this is the place (you will probably spend close to $200 for two). In summary, the food needs to be tasted by the chef before it is served and if it is not exceptional, it should not be served. The menu needs to be pared to only those items that are truly exceptional because hit or miss will create an average dining experience.
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