Every restaurant is struggling with Covid. Outdoor seating is often a work in progress as few have previously dedicated patio dining. The outdoor tent arrangement here, on a day that was seasonably cool, had some drawbacks.
First and foremost, it sounded like a high school cafeteria. Tables were suitable spaced, but there were several foursomes of annoyingly loud patrons. I realize that is not the restaurant's fault, and they did offer to seat us inside.
The tables and chairs were a bit haphazard and our chairs in particular, not very comfortable. With the high tent and plenty of shade and breeze, not an ideal environment. I'm not sure if space heaters would work as the weather turns to Fall.
On the plus side, the chef knows hot to cook, and our grilled Scallops were excellent. A bread pudding dessert, also quite decent.
The service was very good and I feel for the servers having many more yards to cover on every run.
All in all, a very competent kitchen and a restaurant scrambling to deal with the new norm.
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