Kerry and Bryan started the meal with raw oysters ($3, each); they were fresh and briny served with a mignonette.
I had the scallops for dinner (7 Ounces of Local Maine scallops, Creamy Roasted Corn, Potato Crackle and Grilled Tomato, $28) and they were excellent. The scallops were cooked perfectly and I loved the roasted corn accompaniment. "Potato crackle" is a new term for potato chips, FYI.
Steve had the duck breast (8 Ounce Skin-On Breast, Raspberries, Potato Pave, Summer Beans and Raspberry Gastrique, $25) I had a bite and the duck was cooked correctly and I liked the sweet/tart aspect of the raspberries.
We shared two desserts: a chocolate cake with chocolate mousse filling and caramel corn garnish and a Blueberry Cheesecake. The chocolate cake was super dry (I feel like you can even see the dryness in the picture.
The blueberry cheesecake was better; the texture was appropriately creamy.
Our server was proficient and the bread basket had a nice assortment of bread and flatbread crisps