I've never seen a menu with so many different kinds of oysters. We had one of each of the 10 they offered. They were all good and well shucked. They provide the usual vinegar, cocktail sauce, and horseradish, but they also give you an array of ~5 hot sauces from Tobasco to Cholula.
We also had the lobster roll, which was delicious as were the chips that came with it.
The bread was good, but what set it apart was the special butter.
The clam chowder was a bit salty for our taste, but acceptable. Didn't ruin the excellence of the entire meal.
The atmosphere is really exquisite with its focal point as an entire wall of shells. The decor is modern and elegant, just how I like it.
It is definitely pricey, but it was easily worth it for a nice occasion. You should make reservations if you plan to dine during rush hour. We made a reservation for 5, which seemed fine for a walk-in, but it steadily got busier as the evening went on.