The server told us upfront that she needed to take our entire order at once so the kitchen could space it out appropriately. Unfortunately, 1 person in our party was delayed, and, thus, unable to order when she arrived, so we had to share our food with her. It's unfortunate, as the restaurant was virtually empty. Since we were told the house,"rule" when seated, I'm not judging the restaurant on this, but do be aware of their policy.
Our appetizers were very good. Most of tge group order the Mahi Mahi for an entree and the overall consensus was it was dry, if not simply overcooked. The polenta was by far the favorite, with the duck second. The real star of the meal was dessert. Don't miss the bread pudding and creme brule. Both were outstanding.