Menu was a nice break from the proliferation of chowder and fried fish places that are the majority of dining choices nearby. My wife had a very nice grilled filet mignon and I chose sea bass with Asian spices (and a too-assertive wasabi sauce on the side). The CA-dominated wine list includes several selections by the glass and we were able to match our different meals. Dinners come with a small appetizer board that included some interesting bites: a delicate house-cured gravlax stood out, as did the dill-mustard dipping sauce for some apple slices. Dessert was a house special, a chèvre and whipped cream pan a cotta sort of thing with raspberry and chocolate sauces - light and delicious. The restaurant was warm and inviting, with lots of holiday decorations - a very pleasant - if rather expensive - meal.
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