Service in this very closed quarters patio dining was multi-tasking and gracious. Nice spinach salad. Had a really good ribeye there that was almost Kobelicious. Scallops were tough and boring compared to other seaside places within 10 miles of there. Side of broccoli rabe was kind of a dunce and had small cubes of off tasting prosciutto. Dessert we ordered was not as the waitress described and was nothing to rave about. Then she brought two caramels that diningdub loved and accepted a handful of not long after that. Should have ordered the fries! (Oh, and I just learned a trick-you can take maple syrup in a little jar in your purse-thanks chowhounds that will be good with their sweet potatoe fries) Will try at another time. Maestro's not in yet and Blue Fin is taking it's time.