Average experience, inaccurate citysearch review. Expect $$$, not $.
After reading the citysearch review for Mat & Naddie's, I was expecting great food and a stand-out experience. The atmosphere was very comfortable and intimate. The clientele was far from trendy; sweater-clad and over 45. Not to be discouraged, we continued on toward our table and examined the menu. It was very limited and few things appealed to my taste. A few fish dishes, an unappetizing-sounding duck dish, a filet, and some vegetarian options were the only offered entrees. The wine menu, however, was extensive and offered a fantastic selection. Beer drinkers are faced with a small selection limited to Abitas and a couple of imports. Citysearch has labeled this as one $ pricewise. However, I was surprised to find the entrees were priced at an average of $23. Service was rather slow throughout the night. The gulf fish was fantastic and complemented by crab meat and a fantastic sweet and tangy sauce. The eggplant ratatoullie was a meager helping accented by a sauce that can only be described as a cross between cheetos and tacos. We did not see our waitress until we were finished. I had only a couple bites of my meal and told the waitress I did not like it. To my surprise, she replied I should have told her earlier, did not remove it from our bill, and did not offer me any other meal. Should you venture out to Mat & Naddie's, be prepared for ""pretty"" food and subpar service. If you chose one of their fantastic wines, it may make the night a little more enjoyable.