We had the crab dinner special -- $50.
A platter of assorted amuses bouches was fine, although that gazpacho [about 2 tablespoons] tasted more like borscht.
The appetizer, billed as linguine with a crab sauce was OK, although the linguine was really spagettini and there were more minced veggies than crab in the sauce.
The main consisted of about four tiny soft shell crabs and a six inch finger of a crab leg, served with the re-purposed minced veggies that accompanied my appy. Nothing special.
All washed down with a $50 tasty Oregonian pinot gris.
The ricotta cheesecake dessert was delicious.
Service was verrry slow, which didn't bother me; but, my water glass failed to be refilled twice when the others' glasses were.
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