The tapas concept (small portions of a variety of things) is great, but the flavors here fell short. We got the lobster cigars, but if one didn't know there was lobster in them, one would never guess. The dish consisted primarily of the deep-fried rangoon-like coating. The crab cakes were tasty but bready. The baked caprese salad was tasty, but the tomatoes were barely ripe. The petit filet mignon was fine - just nothing special. The ale-battered mushrooms were tasty, as was the accompanying horseradish sauce, but they were on the greasy side and as with the lobster cigars, one wouldn't know there was beer in the batter. The cherry tart was decent, but not a tart (fruit-filled pastry shell). There was a bread pudding-like disk in the center, surrounded by tart cherries and dollops of cream (the custard that came with it was fine). Nothing BAD, just nothing special. The wine prices are reasonable and there is a very good variety. The service provided by our waiter, Zack, was superb. He was very knowledgable and personable. BEWARE of the banquette seating! The bench part is fairly narrow, but the real problem is the metal reinforcement that runs along the periphery of the seat and also rises at the edge, making for discomfort.
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