Starr Boggs Review
The dining room of this sophisticated see-and-be-seen restaurant has artwork, white linens, large windows, and simple wooden chairs. The new American fare featuring prime steaks and local seafood is just as attractive. The menu changes daily, and each dish, while on the expensive side, is unforgettable. Start with Starr's clam chowder followed by laquered Half Crescent Farm duckling. Diners with heartier appetites can opt for the grilled Kobe flat-iron steak. There's open-air dining on the patio, which has a waterfall.
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