My sister and I ate here on a Saturday night in mid-May. A local shopkeeper recommended it, and raved about the food. We even saw her there that night, but we found the food disappointing. We started with house salads--nothing more than a bag of spring mix with some red onions and cherry tomatoes. When I asked for oil and vinegar on the side, they came in plastic squeeze bottles marked with sharpie straight from the kitchen. That didn't go with the fine-dining attitude of the wait staff. I also ordered the white sangria and was assured that it was a very special drink that night. It tasted to me (and looked like) canned peaches in wine. The waiter, rather offended that I didn't like it, told me it was mango, not peaches, but did remove it from the bill. My sister had the grilled pork chop, large but nothing special. I had the lobster mac and cheese. Could have used more lobster and more cheese. If you want to try it, against my advice, go soon; I doubt it will be there next year. It's a shame because the setting is beautiful.