If this was a review for a diner I'd write they'd tried, but overshot their capacity. As this was supposed to be a fine dining experience I'm writing that I could have spent half the money and reproduced better results at home. First impressions; the wine was excellent, the lemonade unrecognizable as such and the underside of my bread plate had goo on it. Introductions; the caprese salad's sweetness overpowered any other flavors - saw the capers, but couldn't taste them. The greens were soggy, 'heirloom' tomatoes had no taste and mozzarella was dried out. Small talk; my dinner companion returned the lobster bisque due to milky consistency/taste and rubbery lobster. The Interview; NY Strip was good, but the demi glace was not and the risotto seemed to have been made with water. The cassoulet's white beans were tasteless, lamb chop fatty, duck confit bland, lamb sausage like an overcooked puck, but the pork belly shined. Awkward Goodbye; our waitress took each disaster with a kind listening ear and was not surprised when we declined dessert and explained we'd not be returning.