This was another restaurant that I had never visited, although we did look it up on this website the night before, and we checked out the menu ahead of time. The restaurant is as advertised, which is extremely nice inside. The interior is dark wood (mahogany?), with lots of antique doo-dads decorating the walls and shelves. Service is right on top of things as soon as you are seated, and they are very prompt about getting you beverages and hot (very hot!) bread. They also bring out a wonderful dipping sauce for your bread, which is a tomato-spiced olive oil combination that is hard to turn down. (Good stuff!)
For dinner, my wife ordered a seafood stew that was laced with shrimp, mussels, crab, and scallops, all of which was soaked in a tomato-based broth that they poured over the seafood right at the table. She loved it. I wasn't nearly as hungry, so I had a crab cake sandwich with cole slaw. My dish was also vey good, although I must admit that I was so full already that I had a hard time going through much of my dinner...no fault of the restaurants. (My wife and daughter climbed a mountain before dinner, and had thus worked up an appetite. I sat at the bottom of the mountain and watched them!) Nonetheless, my crab cake was still very tasty and well-spiced.
Our service throughout this meal was once again fabulous, as was every part of the dining experience. I would love to return to this great restaurant.
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