The chefs have boldly stated that their ambition is to do a few things well, so the menu is somewhat limited in its choices of southern regional cooking. The starters include she crab soup, baby back ribs, tuna crudo and sea scallops in the $9 to $12 range. Entrées include catfish, lump crab meat, pork chops, shrimp, beef tenderloin, crab cakes, tuna and flounder in the $25 to $30 range. Actually, describing the menu that way is a complete injustice, because all these dishes are very creative… and delicious.
We opted for the crab cakes and the beef tenderloin. Both were well presented and quite exceptional in every way. Side vegetables for the beef included shiitake mushrooms, potatoes and beans in a white sauce while the meat itself was perfection. Add a bottle of wine from a reasonably large selection, and it turned into a perfect evening.
If you choose an early dinner, or possibly lunch, you will have a view out over Carrituck Sound and enjoy a different kind of ambience coupled with great service and great food. The website is Blue Point/A>.
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Riverview, New Brunswick
October 11, 2006
From journal Wasting Away on the Outer Banks
January 9, 2005
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