We ate there on July 5, on the verandah. The weather was great and the view from our table was nice. We were there with my 90 year old mother and the prix fixe menu would be too much food for her so we called ahead and were told she will be able to have the "small plates" selection. When we arrived and I started to ask about the "small plates" the maitre d cut me off and said he can reseat us on the lawn because they don't serve "small plates" on the verandah. We explained and it was settled. It wasn't a big deal but I wish the maitre d could have just waited for me to finish my question!
We liked the appetizers (crab cake and pea soup) and the desert (key lime pie and the pot de creme). My swordfish which was a thinner piece and was quite overcooked. Although the artichoke slaw was nice, overall it could use a bit more seasoning.
The main waiter was attentive but there was some confusion with a number of the other helpers who appear to be non English speakers.
There is also only one unisex bathroom and there was a line each time one of us (myself, my mom or my husband) had to use the facility.
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