The place was being remodeled when I visited Portland in May. They did a wonderful job, with an outside deck overlooking the wharf. Inside, a super stone fireplace, nice "wavy" bar with windows. Kitchen uses allot of wood to cook and you can watch and see the food and chef's.
My wife and I visited Oct 17th and it was a little chilly out, the fire was really good and pretty cool to watch. We walked so no parking problem.
Great waitress, and good service no problem there, plus $5 beer. Biscuits were warm...but there were 2 with 1 blueberry muffin.
Now for the small negatives: Lobster dinner was twice as expensive as any place we visited all week. Very confusing menu, something about an upstairs kitchen and second menu, hope to get food out at same time....uhh say what? Can't say exactly why but the whole menu was just confusing. The sea bass I ordered was like 2 inches wide and maybe 6-7" long ( good but expensive for a few bites ) Not sure what the wife got but again, small portions.
I'm willing to give them the benefit of doubt since they are just newly open.
Bottom line is probably great for lunch on the deck, but cost and small plates for dinner...mmmmm not sure I would go back very often.
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