We came for Easter lunch, but it was not a festivity meal.
We have been there before, and this time was not a good option.
Although the service was very good, the food (except the pecan pie) was mediocre.
We strted with a tasteless beefsteak tomato salad with some large cuts with a savorless vinaigrette covered with a really poor blue cheese.
We thanked God because He made a very god lobster and the chef, altough tried, could not disgraced the dish. The butter was not very well clarified.
The pecan pie and the bread were the only dishes that rescued the lunch.
As we arrived we saw fragments of bread on the floor around several tables, and the remained there all the time we had on place (90min) nobody made the effort to clean.
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