We were greeted by the general manager, who seemed to be juggling several things at once (we were a bit put off by her answering calls in the middle of greeting and seating us) but once seated we were generously taken care of by our server and other staff. I had asked and received confirmation to sit near the fireplace and while seated near the fireplace, were not in view of it - and it didn't matter anyway bc they apparently don't use the fireplace (disappointed). My wife had the lamb chops and I had the lobster bisque and the stuffed poblano chile. The lamb chops were perfect and exceptionally flavorful and the side vegetable was a bit "hard to chew" (purple kale?) The lobster bisque was delicious but the lobster bits were flavorless (i recommend anyway). The stuffed poblano was decadent, with its textures and flavors, and was accompanied by a saffron rice that was equally decadent. While i recommend the bisque and the poblano i would not have them together again (too rich). We had the tiramisu and it was what a tiramisu should be - rich, textured, and clearly flavored with the traditional chocolate, espresso, cream and liquor.
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