The ""Downtown for Dinner"" prix-fixe menu had merely two options for each course, appetizer, main, and desert. Nonetheless, one of the options, the striped bass, was not available; instead catfish was served. One dining companion, a vegetarian, was told that no concessions for her kind would be made for the prix-fixe menu. Our entrees and appetizers were brought without us asking; everything else, bread, coffee, water, the check, we had to beg for from our rarely available waiter. The food was the minimum of quality you would demand from a four star restaurant. The coffee was scorched and the mashed potatoes tasted instant. In summing up, the service was some of the worst I've ever received, the food was merely passable, and the atmosphere was bordering on institutional. Harbor Lights is a sorry excuse for a restaurant; Seaport patrons would fare better dining in the food court just next door.
Pros: Not on Fire, Smelled Fine, Pleasant Hostess
Cons: Bad Service, Disappointing Food, Tables from Wendy's