At Michael Mina's American Fish, which is designed to look like a lodge, fish orders are prepared one of four ways: salt-baked, wood-grilled, cast-iron griddled or, believe it or not, poached in ocean water. Entrées come from a list that might include branzino, rainbow trout, diver scallops, and big-eye tuna (there's a selection of meat as well, such as a Prime flat-iron steak or a Wagyu rib eye). Still, some of the menu's biggest treasures are in the appetizers section:
dishes like New England lobster roll, seared scallops and foie gras, and crispy fish tostadas. Also pay attention to the side dishes, like crawfish hush puppies and truffle mac and cheese.