This restaurant is going to be pricey for some (comparable to a chop house), but for the discerning palate it is worth it. The food was excellent - our party had a variety of dishes and they were all terrific. The fresh fish special that evening was grouper, and it was very light and nicely done. The prime rib was some of the best we had in a long time (it was Saturday). The escargot appetizer is very good but strong garlic - not for everyone. The drinks and service were very good. The décor is very nice and you get a relaxed feeling even when it is busy. They had a piano player/singer while we were there, and it was top notch.
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