Wanted Lobster and beer and decided on this place as we had been before. Friendly at door but once on upstairs deck things got decidedly worse. Our server was very young and seemed very into pushing us through.
Apps were ok, steamed clams, seafood cake and clam Chowder (a little salty.) Our beers were fine but with a little attention on the servers part, he wouldn't have to run up to the bar in three trips. Dinner was miserable for my companions. They both got lobster rolls which they felt were completely void of taste. I had a Lobster Cesar salad which other than the abundance of croutons was fine. My lobster tail which sat on top of the salad was just a tad dry but it did not lack in flavor. Server wanted to drop check and be done. No thought to asking if we'd like coffee ( yes) dessert (probably ). By then our guest from New Orleans wanted out as badly as server seemed to want us to go.
I don't recommend sitting outside on second floor. Loud and tight quarters. Id give two stars but I realize young servers have to start somewhere. Here's my suggestion: spend time on training and convey more food and drink ordered equals larger tab equals larger tip. BTW just cause we are boomers, doesn't mean we are cheap. As most of family is in restaurant business, we tip VERY well for good service and 20 for the rest.