I was torn between 3 and 4 stars. If I could leave 3.5 I probably would. On one hand there is the brunch which is totally excellent! The raw bar and the meat carving station are just great! You really get your money's worth right there. They also have a nice selection of little gourmet dishes with a one bite appetizer. They do run out quickly and those are not replenished. And then there is the regular breakfast fair. Bagel and lox/whitefish is also great and plentiful. Desserts consist of little pastries and a chocolate fondue fountain with fresh fruit and such. I've done this with my family 4 or 5 times in the past couple of years and they always leave happy, satisfied and impressed. It's a little pricier than the rest of the brunch pre-fix in the area, but totally worth with the seafood alone.
We went here for a large party dinner for my husbands birthday. The meal was mediocre at best. We had ten people order a Boston clam chowder which everyone agreed was completely inedible. It tasted like pure flour. French onion soup on the other hand was delicious. My husband got a prime rib and it was cooked to perfection and really yummy. My crab cakes on the other hand were very very average. Most of the dinner was either hit or miss.
The place itself is large spacious and grand. The staff is very friendly. I've head the pleasure of dealing with Kim, who is the hostess on more than one occasion. She is very helpful and organized. Made my party planning a breeze with pre ordered appetizers.
Overall I would probably recommend the brunch over dinner.
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