We ate in the garden room, which was a little quieter than the lively bar & lower booth area. Our waitress was attentive, but didn't crowd us & accurately surmised when it was time remove the dinner dishes. I love it that she asked permission to clear because one of us had not cleaned their plate.
The fish is fresh & popular. The bushels of clam steamers meant to last the weekend sold out Friday night. We got the last haddock special.
Our waitress recommended the blackened ribeye as we were in a meat mood. It was large, tender & flavorful came with a choice of three sauces--we chose the horse radish & bernaise. She was spot-on!
The duck was a bit over cooked, but the cheddar potato cakes were delicious. With drinks, the dinner came to about $100 a couple, but we didn't have dessert.
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