For cocktails, we played it safe with a Makers Manhattan and a Woodford Manhattan. To start our meal we chose both of the octopus specials and a half dozen Oysters. The charred octopus was very tender and savory. The chilled pressed octopus was bright with the addition of fennel but had a little bit of a chew to it and was a little too oily. The Malpeque oysters we selected were small, briny, and clean tasting.
For entrees I chose the Texas wagyu skirt steak special, Porscha chose the salmon, and Greg chose the halibut special. We also couldn't help ourselves and ordered a side of french fries with truffle aioli. My steak was cooked to a perfect medium rare, was tender, and had a great chimichurri. Unfortunately, the vegetables accompanying my steak were completely cold. Both Greg and Porscha enjoyed their entrees and had zero complaints.
Our dinner was good but for the price, I would rather go to better restaurants that are in Boston.
After leaving the restaurant we walked over to JP Licks for some ice cream. I was thrilled with my dairy free chocolate ice cream topped off with peanut butter sauce. Yum!