My spouse and I and another couple visited Bolete in late June. The reservation was made in reliance upon many recommendations. Our dinner began at the bar, as our table was not yet ready. We had glasses of very nice wine while awaiting our table. when we finally reached our table, we ordered chilled Wellfleet oysters,a local summer gazpacho (nice), and tempura stuffed squash blossoms (excellent). Unfortunately, our entrees, seared Long Island duck breast and seared day boat Alaskan halibut, were entirely unmemorable. In fairness, the entree menu was very adventuresome insofar as the items that arrived with our entrees. But, I kept thinking, was that the problem.... It certainly struck me that way, as if thdere were too many accompanyments to each dish---or this restuarant was bathing too much in its (well deserved, I'm told) reputation. The wine list was fantastic and probably worth a visit on its own merits. Hopefully when we return, the entire experience will be also.
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