We arrived with only a few diners in the restaurant, which normally makes me wonder why. Our server had a very thick Russian accent, which made it a little difficult to understand. Our appetizer was fried calamari, which really wasn't that great. It was very dry, hard, and had a strange jelly-like sauce with it. I ordered the 18 oz prime rib and my wife ordered Fliet Mignon and broiled lobster tail, both of which were delicious. We had no room for dessert by the time we left. The atmosphere is nice. The booths are a little tight, but comfy and there's a ncie fireplace in the dining area.
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