I did not set off for a cure, but the menu outside drew us in -- partly because of things that were on the dinner menu that it turned out we could not have. The place was about to close, but they did allow us in to eat -- and we ate well, despite not being able to have some things on the dinner menu we wanted. They did break this "rule" to give us a lobster matrini -- and it was terrific! Not, it was not a drink (I had a blueberry cosmopolitan); it was lobster salad in a martini glass. And, as someone who is not a HUGE fan of lobster, I can say this: if this is how I had first encountered lobster, I would know already that I love it! (And yes, if you think about the sentence it makes sense.) The lobster was sweet, and neither rubbery nor slimey (two conditions I have encountered lobster in in the past). It tasted amazingly wonderful.
I also ate a wedge salad; this one came with the requisite bacon and blue cheese, but also chopped tomatoes, cucumber and hard boiled egg. My partner had a lovely salad -- a frisee salad with lardons and a poached egg -- and I indulged in some corn and shrimp chowder, which was also amazing.
I should also note that the ambience was nice. THere were dining options inside and outside, but we went for the incldue, which was a brickwalled, small area that felt both cozy and intimate. And, it felt homey.
So> the Cure did cure my heart ache that day over elder care. But, it also just was terrifically tasty. I would recommend this over a number of the web finds I had looked at for lunch.