If money is no object, you can't do better than Shula's. Everything from salad through dessert is perfectly prepared and served. The waitstaff is fun, knowledgeable and attentive. The wine list is short and pricey with many bottles in the $200-$300 range. The menu is complicated and is spread over traditional paper, a football and an iPad. The space is quite noisy, making conversation a challenge. The air conditioning is vigorous. As good as the food and service is, I I don't love spending more than $100 per person for dinner. I might go back for lunch though.
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