Visited Palmers for the first time (wife has been there before). The menu was very creative, lots of different options. If you enjoy craft beer, this isn't the place for you at all. Everything poured is pretty much your bar normals. Ordered the Sam Adams mussel appetizer, flavor was good, mussels were sandy and it didn't really have any broth to dip the two pieces of bread in. For a main course, I got a pastrami sandwich with French fries, at $13 it wasn't a bad value. My wife ordered lobster ravioli, with a small side of lobster claw. At $25 it broke down to $5 per ravioli. From what she mentioned flavor was ok.
Service itself was ok, waiter wasn't extremely attentive, granted it was a slow night and traffic was booming, so maybe they had a bunch of tables to attend too. When we walked in it had a strange smell I couldn't wrap my finger around. We wanted to sit outside, but everything is first come first serve through out the restaurant. Walking out the door, that smell was back. My wife then mentioned it was formerly a funeral home, so jump to your own conclusions. Granted it's a safe restaurant, I'll give it another shot.
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