I went to this restaurant during restaurant week but was not really interested in a 3 course meal and ordered off the regular menu. Reservations were unavailable until 7:30 p.m. and when we arrived, the hostess recommended their backside outdoor seating. It was a nice night conducive to al fresco dining so this seemed acceptable. Little did we know that it was going to take 1 1/2 hours for our meal to arrive (we were not the only ones who had to wait a long time for their meal as we heard others say it took two hours for their meal to arrive . . . some decided to play cards while waiting!) in which time darkness had taken over along with mosquitos who were also very hungry. No citronella candles were available and we had to ask to be reseated indoors . . . which thankfully only took 5 minutes to obtain. Once indoors in this highly rated restaurant, a waitress asked to climb a chair at our table to adjust the air conditioning . . . not what you'd expect in a fine restaurant. Also this is a BYOB establishment and the wine we brought had a screw off top which the waitress refused to pour for us and for which an ice bucket was neither offered (which other customers had)! The food was good but not superior (I had shrimp, clams and scallops--the scallops were not as tasty as fresh should be). Then as we were dining on our meal, waitresses were stripping tables around us preparing for the next morning's crowd. I would neither go back nor recommend.
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