April 28, 2004
The specialty of the house was the boiled Maine lobster (1-1/4 lb.) on a large bed of steamed mussels in a white wine sauce ($35). Stuffed lobster was also excellent ($39). Other choices included sea bass, mahi-mahi, garlic shrimp, and beef or veal. Complete your meal with a Spanish coffee (only one of many varieties) and tiramisu.
There was a full service bar at the front with many smaller tables in the dining area in two separate sections. Their Vodka martinis are served with a separate side of vodka chilled in a glass of ice in addition to the martini glass filled with a portion of your liquor and garnished with olives or a twist of lemon.
The service is excellent.
From journal Watching the Ocean Tides