From Our Editors
Andrew?s Restaurant's enticing menu of seafood, pasta, and steak arrives to tables atop fine china and sculpted into museum-worthy presentations. Zesty appetizers, such as a bowl of Maine-lobster bisque ($11) or P.E.I. mussels in a garlic plum-tomato sauce ($12) command the attention of every taste bud without the hassle of blowing an air horn into one's mouth. Kalamata olives, garlic, and capers cling to the grouper livornese ($26), which swims best through a side of lobster mashed potatoes ($8). Otherwise, tame a full rack of orange barbecue ribs and justify the bullwhip you carry in your pocket at all times ($28). The new york strip cushions its own free-fall into stomachs with garlic-rosemary potato wedges and saut?ed mushrooms ($29).