Greeted by the owner, Andrew Latz and introduced to his wife....somewhat usual, but still a nice touch. We were seated on the main level in a large bright airy dinning room......the noise level was not bad, but not all tables were occupied. Our server was pleasant, she greeted us and opened our wine (it's a BYO)......she had some trouble knowing which items on the menu they were out of.....she ran back to the kitchen twice to check during taking our order
A plate of four dinner rolls with a cheddar topping was served with dipping oil......the rolls were very small, mushy and tastless. The house salad $8 was a good size with lots of ingredients, but the dressing was oily and was missing something. The seafood chowder $7 had plenty of crab, clams and veggies in a tomatoe base broth with a strong taste of old bay seasoning. The seared tuna $25 was not encrusted and appeared an ugly gray color...it was mushy and laid on a bed of black bean salsa......it didn't seem to go together....the presentation was unappealing. The monk fish ossobucca $24 was a large portion, moist and tasty served over risotto. For dessert....the lemon pie and chocolate pecan pie....both were very good large slices.
Service was very attentive, our table was checked on several times during our meal.....the courses were timed well....we did not wait long between each....the food was mediocre and disappointing......nothing memorable, nothing mouthwatering, not really up to par.
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