Overall this was a very nice evening and a good dining experience, but I feel that $370 for dinner for two also buys me the right to nitpick, so I will. Off to a great start with homemade rustic bread, including one made with blue cheese and another made with toasted fennel; both excellent. However, two of the mussels served with our lobster tower were off, tasting of barn. Lobster/crab/tomato parfait server atop the same tower was just not very interesting. Eggplant appetizer was pretty good, a nice twist on baba ganoush. Duck rillettes with homemade chutney, spiced with cinnamon, cardamom, and rosemary, perfect, memorable. Pork rillettes, underseasoned. My warm kale salad was very good, however the house cured bacon was too salty for my taste, a distraction rather than a counterpoint. My wife’s salad was overdressed; the delicate flavor of otherwise lovely baby greens obscured. My redfish entrée was very good, as were the “luxury potatoes”, though neither was earth-moving. Grit cakes, again, good, but not toe-curling good. Another side dish of warm kale was nicely prepared, but redundant after having ordered and enjoyed a warm kale salad. It was perhaps a last-minute swap-in, as the menu had indicated that asparagus would be served. The biggest disappointment was my wife’s filet, which was black and blue as opposed to medium-rare as requested, and was riddled with tough sinew and fat, strange for a filet, unappealing. While we didn’t raise a complaint, her plate, quite prominently featuring an uneaten, undercooked, grisly piece of meat was simply cleared away with no inquiry, no comment. Had we raised an issue I have no doubt it would have been taken care of, as the service and overall attention to detail were excellent. The atmosphere was very nice, although the music was surprisingly loud and occasionally not well selected. We did not order desert, as by this point in the meal we assumed it too would fall into the realm of “pretty good but not worth the price”. I don’t object to dropping a load of cash for a terrific dinner, but I was expecting “near-flawless” for these numbers.