While it was slighly cool, we opted to eat outside on their terrace and the waitress kindly provided a blanket for my knees. Inside is great for winter, but also cosy on a chilly summer night. The caprese salad with heirloom tomatoes and burrata was very good, although the accompanying lettuce could have used a bit more vinegar and oil. The Statler chicken with basi mashed potaotes (how could you go wrong with this combo) was perfectly done. My spouse had their lobster on puff pastry with brandy sauce (a perennial favorite) followed by the haddock. We then sampled the creme brulee which was appropriately warm and creamy. This is consistenlty some of the best food in Boothbay!
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