We had dinner here about a week ago and thought it was mediocre, at best. Crab cakes were expensive but consisted largely of claw meat. Other entrees were served lukewarm and were only of so-so quality. A rather expensive bottle of pinot noir was served ABOVE room temperature -- most unsatisfactory. This was a surprise, since we've had nice lunches there over the past several years, and the Washingtonian has consistently given it two stars in its annual ratings (including the ratings appearing in the most recent edition of that magazine). Did we catch Blue Point on an off night, or has the Washingtonian simply not been there recently?