My wife and I had a lovely lunch on the outdoor terrace under an elegant blue umbrella, with a marvelous view of Bath's big bridge over the Kennebec River. The service was prompt, the drinks were very nice, and the food was scrumptious. We began the meal with tasty appetizers; my wife ordered steamed mussels, which were well prepared, if a bit on the small side, and I got a bowl of awesome lobster stew (made with butter, cream, and a nice shot of sherry). While eating these delicious starters, we sipped on the local Sea Dog Wild Blueberry Wheat Ale, which
was refreshing with a very smooth finish, and then moved on to a frosty Shipyard Ale. We then shared cajun-accented crab cakes and a large garden salad. For dessert, we had blueberry sour cream pie with a lovely pecan garnish that went very nicely with our after lunch coffees.
The whole experience was very special, and our server, Julie, highly skilled. The overall
tone was a blue one: blue umbrella, blue river water, Blueberry Ale and Blueberry Pie :) It was a
but on the pricey side, but well worth it in every respect.