Hummingbird had piqued our curiosity when we walked by on our way to a different restaurant. On a Saturday evening, with lines elsewhere, we decided to give this a shot. We found the service to be attentive and friendly. We can recommend Noelle. She talked us into an appetizer and dessert, but she was not at all pushy, and I'm glad she did. They were the standouts. The grilled octopus appetizer was one alarming-looking, "bold presentation" Noelle called it, 12-14" tentacle, perfectly grilled, tender and tasty, served on a bed of capers and olives. My burger was a little dry, being grass-fed beef, and it would have benefited from being medium-well as I ordered it, rather than well done. The lobster pasta was generous, with generous lobster, but it really needed salt, some sort of spicing and some vegetable matter. We split the home-made ice cream, which was delicious and decadently rich. They have a nice wine list and several beers on draft, as well as cans and bottles. The draft was a small serving at about 9 oz., but it wasn't expensive. The decaf, freshly made in a French press, could have been stronger. With one glass of wine, one of draft, the pasta, burger, one ice cream, one coffee, tax and tip, we paid about $100 and left happy.
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