Reserved for 4 at 6:45PM. Arrived on time and seated immediately at a great table with window overlooking Comm'l St. and harbor.
Service was efficient and attentive but impersonal!
Apps of fried clam strips were tender, spicy and tasty; mussels were excellent, nicely seasoned in a tomato broth.
Mains: lobster roll was tender, loaded with meat and brioche roll was perfect; the1 1/2# lobster came with shell uncracked and was very salty, the accompanying brussel sprouts were bitter and unseasoned (didn't eat them!).
Ambiance was good, decor modern simple and good blend with historic building.
For the price I would look elsewhere next time in Portland.
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