Yes, there are somehow fewer seats at The Dish these days in its new location, but the smaller size hasn't affected the food in the least. Heck, you can make a great meal from the small plates alone. Granted, the saffron mussels are great. But for other tastes, it's the rock-lobster dish that is over-the moon: Tender lobster, lemon, butter, herbs and a light touch of tomatoes come together in such a way that you may dream about the dish for days. The long-stem artichoke hearts are pretty damn good, and the entrées have legions of fans. Pick a wine from the great house list or from The Dish's own wine/liquor store, The Rumrunner, and you've got yourself a wonderful meal.