Had dinner Saturday night with my wife, daughter and her fiancee. Great atmosphere, staff was very attentive, cheerful and I felt they truly enjoyed serving us as much as we enjoyed the dinner.
Started with Clam Chowder and Onion Soup - both were excellent by discerning New Englander standards, grilled garlic and olive oil bread was superb. Next was wedge salad with homemade blue cheese dressing and caesar salad, both very good and were enough for one to be split with a spouse. Dinner orders were Porterhouse mid rare, Filet a la Oscar mid rare, Lobster Mac, and Cowboy Ribeye Medium minus. All were cooked perfectly with care and came out together. The ribeye is difficult to time cooking with other dishes and takes longer to cook, so be prepared to wait 30 minutes between salad and dinner service. It was truly worth it and we were talking and drinks were never wanting. finished with Creme Brule and Peanut Butter pie with cappucino. Excellent meal overall. i would give it an A. Thanks Lyndsay, chef and staff.
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