The restaurant has terrific ocean views, but aside from that, it's only average -- and quite expensive. So, if you're not paying your way, I think it might be worth a visit, but otherwise not.
The dinner entree selections can be somewhat interesting (for example, Cervena Elk and Venison Loin), but the menu could use some (or maybe a lot of) additional detail explaining what exactly "Ginger Kalbi," "Maitake," "Wattleseed," "Linguica," "Ancho Vincotto," "Sesame Conee," "Corail Mousse," "Pain D' Epice," etc., are. All these items are used to describe various dishes on the current menu, and yet I seriously doubt that even 10% of the clientele could tell you what they are. I know, I know -- that's what the waiters and waitresses are there for. But, if you're part of a large group (or simply a bit impatient), asking questions about six or seven menu options is not practicable. The menu, in other words, is pretentious and annoying.
As for the decor, it has a somewhat dated but possibly charming supper club feel to it, and the wall-to-wall carpeting does appear to help keep the noise down.
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