First, overall impressions. Nice setting, pleasant enough for a special occasion or a romantic evening. Our waiter was very nice, but young and seemed inexperienced. We received most of the information about specials, etc., from the waiter serving the table next to us. Not terrible, but you would want to hear a little more than "are you ready to order?". Now, to food. The lobster bisque, while not bad, had way too much pepper. The house salad was OK, and my wife liked her dressing. My blue cheese dressing (at least, that's what I ordered) was way too salty. My wife's scallops were nicely seared and tasty, but it was at the very least interesting to have them on top of a rich potato and mushroom dish that could probably stand on its own. My salmon special was nice, to a point. The steamed vegetables were good, and the salmon was good as well. But the shrimp and crab meat topping was extremely salty, and in my opinion not necessary at all. The dessert was decent, no complaints here. The wine list looked pretty good too, at least we saw a few of our favorite reasonably priced wines there and enjoyed one of them with dinner. Overall impression: we would have liked dishes that were simpler, with more moderate use of salt and pepper. Let the ingredients speak for themselves. The next morning I mostly remembered not the food (that does have potential), but the salt and the pepper. Sorry, but I must be spoiled by the good food that is ubiquitous in Atlanta, but I would not go out of my way to visit this restaurant again.
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