I started with lobster ravioli, and had one of this evening's specials: mahi-mahi with sweet potato mash with a lobster-shrimp sauce. Both were excellent. Cheryl started with oysters and had seafood Wellington, which she said was also good.
The restaurant's owner is a garrulous older gentleman who comes around and talks to all of the customers, makes wine and dessert recommendations ("I've picked every wine we serve; I have to keep up the quality control," he said, brandishing a glass), and so forth. The formally-dressed staff seem to have been with the place a long time. They were attentive without being smothering. And although we were the last customers of the evening -- we arrived at 8 PM and were finishing coffee at 9:15 or so -- we never got the impression they were trying to shoo us out so that they could close.
As I said, it's a nice place, and something that the foodies among us here might enjoy. It's pricey -- $125 for two people including gratuity -- and thus not something we can do that often. But it's a nice treat once a year or so.