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Lunch @ Blue Fin

redwinegulper | Mar 6, 2002 08:53 AM

Although Grimes reviewed it in the Times today, I thought I would add my two cents since I went there for lunch yesterday. It serves great seafood, but hopefully you have an expense account. The clam and lobster chowder with truffle croutons was killer! But the problem I have with this place is that it is huge and cold. It has 2 levels with furniture that belongs in a cafeteria; ok maybe this is the cool look...but I look at it as lacking warmth. Anyway back to the food, if you like a raw bar, you can get it stacked to the ceiling. The table next to us ordered the raw bar stackings and obviously got much more than they thought, the waiter should key you into the amount of food you are getting rather than looking forward to a huge bill. The entrees I tried were all very good, both fresh and served with great sauces. After the entree, there is no room for dessert. One last thing is the wine was huge. There were 20 wines by the glass, and about a 10 pages list. Certainly more wine than you need, but if you want a are in luck.

Enjoy for your next business lunch!

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