I ate here with friends late in the afternoon yesterday, before attending a choral concert nearby. Not having dined here for about 10 years, I was surprised how little had changed. The menu is still laden with encrusted fried seafood, very generous prime rib proportions, friendly waitresses. To make our concert, we arrived at 5:30, thinking the place would be no more than half-full. Au contra ire, Brax was 3/4 full. However, we got a delightful table, almost front row to the sublime river scene, complete with Great Blue Heron also seeking his dinner. My friends both had prime rib, and split a generous salad. I had three raw oysters for an appetizer, and broiled scallops for my main. The prime rib was rich and tasty, tender and much more than satisfying. My scallops were fine. But the sunset view was very good. This is a decent food place, not a destination diner.
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