I was lucky enough to be one of the first 100 people who got to try out the free lunch promo last Friday (3/2) and it was FANTASTIC. First of all, I took my friend and didn't really know what to expect of the menu. When we got there, we asked what exactly on the menu was free, to which our waiter responded with ""everything."" Stoked! We were encouraged to try as many items on the menu as possible so that we could rate and review the restaurant as a whole on our comment cards before we left. We literally ended up with a 12 course meal. To give an overview, we ordered nearly half of all the appetizers (the dip was not only both of our favorites, but the BEST dip we had ever had in our lives. we also had the oyster plate, gigantic cocktail shrimp, and crab cakes - all delicious), the lobster & cobb salad and the scrod plate for our entrees, and each of the 4 desserts on the menu (rhubarb pie, mini chocolate molten lava cake, creme brulee, and a mango sorbet-ish cake with caramelized pineapples). Happy/full tummies to say the least! The service was also top-notch, with the friendliest waiters I've seen. Location is perfect, too, as it's right in Copley and on a warm spring day the window seats provide and excellent view with a nice breeze. No complaints!
In short, I will be coming back here if only for the dip but I'm also excited to try out some new dishes. Their promo certainly turned me into a longtime fan. Also, though this was a free lunch I looked over all the prices on the lunchtime menu and they were very reasonable. Only $19 for the prix-fixe and you can also make your own paninis for like $20 or something. I'd image dinner obviously getting a bit pricier, but totally worth it for the excellent food you're getting.
*You can also read my blog review here:
Pros: best dip ever, really great seafood, $1 oyster fridays
Cons: creme brulee was too sweet & a bit too burnt, but that's it!