After reading the reviews on this restaurant I was hesitant to try it. That would have been a mistake. The place was quite busy on a Friday evening which was a good sign. We ordered house wine (more on that later) which was promptly served along with a basket of bread with flavored olive oil which was very tasty. The filet mignon was cooked to perfection - medium rare, and was tender and delicious. The potato and asparagus were also cooked perfectly. The service could have been a bit better. The wait for our check was longer than it should have been. I would have given a 5 star review except for the fact that we were charged an outrageous $9 for the house Pinot Grigio. The house Chardonnay was a more reasonable $7. This is a very good restaurant across from Mattapoisett harbor. I would recommend it but keep your eye on the bar bill.
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