in the old Arthur's Landing space. This is a wonderful location, with superb views of the NYC skyline in the evening.
great review from Teresa Politano in the Ledger
Zucchini fritters ($9), from the list of small bites, are skinny but dense pancakes (think potato latke). A zucchini fritter often offers a spark of dill or mint, but these were mild and homey. Crab cakes ($18) were also skinny, also mild and homey, with the kitchen clearly placing its emphasis on the crispness of the breading. Here, too, the dill was flat.
Lobster linguini ($32) is one of the restaurant’s more popular dishes, and it works. The kitchen is far from stingy with the lobster, and the tomato sauce is gentle enough and used with enough restraint so as not to overwhelm. But pieces of shell were encountered more than once, and it became a chore to remove them.
A touch of honey added some Greek flair to a thick slab of steak ($48), turning it feminine. It was a surprise, a New York strip steak with pine honey and raspberry, likely not something you’d choose every time, but not unwelcome either. And the fries? Hand-cut and crisp, with fresh herbs. Nice.