We came in after a movie when other local haunts had stopped serving or were over crowded. We rarely eat out in the summer, it's just too crazy. Valet parking is mandatory, their lot is small. We asked if the deck was open and were pointed toward the door. Passing through the bar, there was live music. We went outside and sat at a bar table. The doors were shut so we couldn't hear the music, but the Red Sox game was on. We waited for quite a long while with no acknowledgement, a minimum of 15 minutes. The two bar waitresses had their backs to the clients and were texting. The raw bar had packed up. We asked a hostess who came out if anyone was working out there and she scolded us for not checking with her. We were one of three tables, about 20 were empty. We got menus including the specials. I ordered the bluefin. After a while the server came back and said they were out of it. In a pinch I ordered broiled scallops. They were large and sweet, but limp and covered with bland breadcrumbs. They were more baked than broiled. I had asked what it came with and was told potato. It also came with cole slaw and if I had known I would have asked for a vegetable. Prices are high, especially in the summer. My favorite is the lobster quesadilla, though. Call ahead for take out, and picnic on the beach.
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