We enjoyed our dinner on a Friday night. The service was very good. For entrée
I enjoyed the slow cooked short rib with an unusual coleslaw on the side. It was fall apart tender and very flavorful. My wife enjoyed her flounder and the sauce on the side was also very flavorful and not overpowering. We shared a fruit cobbler for dessert which was generous and very tasty. Also, our appetizer of raw oysters was perfectly shucked, not a piece of shell in sight and all of the nectar was still in the shell. Overall a delightful evening but the noise was at times overpowering.
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