The newly renovated space sported clean contemporary lines. And the huge storefront windows on the front and sides are awesome.
Onward. Our waiter was brave enough to return (he was really quite nice) and take our order.
We began with what I consider the ultimate in snack foods: Caramelized Onion Dip and House Made Chips.
For our next course we chose from the selection of small plates. I really, really like that the plates can be small or a bit bigger for almost all of the menu offerings. This is a very good thing. It offers all kinds of flexibility (as long as the kitchen does not run out).
I ordered the small portion of Grilled Beef Medallions with Succotash.
Hubby had the large portion of the Seared Sea Scallops with Sweet Pea and Lobster Risotto.
Our waiter performed very well during our meal. He continued to pour our wine as we ate which I greatly appreciate. And then, as we still had a few bites to finish of our dinner, he asked us if we wanted dessert. I don't think he was trying to rush us, I just think as hubby had expressed earlier, he was green. For once I was nice and did not give him the evil eye, but we also did not order dessert.
525 at the Berry Burk is still in its infancy. We really enjoyed the food (but efforts may be needed to keep the deliciousness consistent). And our waiter still needed a bit more experience, but I'm sure he will quickly come up to speed and then exceed expectations.