Can delicious food be had on a Wednesday night in a restaurant where I, at 62, was one of the youngest customers and several women had what looked like blue rinse in their hair? Yes! 10 Water Street, the restaurant in the Captain Daniel Stone Inn, is the answer to those who have remarked that mid-week restaurants can have off nights.
When we arrived at six there were only three or four other tables with diners and I was worried that my wife's birthday dinner would be mediocre. Not so. My martini was well prepared and ample and our glasses of wine much larger than one usually gets and only $8 each. My wife had spinach and artichoke fondue with yummy focaccio. I had deliciously cooked giant scallops an top of carrot crostini (deep fried shredded carrots and potatoe?) Mains were lobster hash and scallops with mushroom risotto. Desert was simple but also delicious chocolate mousse.
This is not an inexpensive restaurant, probably one for special occasions for us but we will be back.