Best service we've had in a long long time. We called ahead for a reservation. (A MUST!) but when we arrived there was no record of it. The group in front of us, without a reservation was told that there would be a 30 minute wait. Waiting in line behind them we were very smug, thinking that we had our reservation in our pockets. Our turn up, no record of the reservation. Problem? No problem! They took responsibility for misplacing our reservation and seated us right away!
Our too was really friendly!
The breads were excellent! Really warm and yummy. Our favorite were the hot pretzel sticks. Grandma enjoyed the dried cranberry biscuit but complained that she thought they had been microwaved. Our son really liked the clam chowder and even went so far as to say it was just shy of being as good as clam chowder in Boston. (Boston chowder being the standard that all other chowders are held to). We had two orders of the herb crusted grouper, one grilled salmon and one surf and turf. As substitutions are allowed I exchanged the rice pilaf for the mashed potatoes. The potatoes were great! The green beans that accompanied the fish were perfect, crisp tender. Unfortunately the grouper was a bit tough and not really seasoned well. The filet on the surf and turf was outstanding but the lobster tail was again a bit over cooked and not tender. For dessert we had the chocolate bread pudding! Delicious! The portion is huge so make sure you have some one to share it with. We all loved the big chocolate crisp that came stuffed into the large scoop of lucious vanilla ice cream.
If I return, I would sail away from the fish and "steer" toward the steaks .
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