Restaurant seemed to draw an older crowd. Pretty dining room still decorated for Christmas , a Jazz Trio and a window view where we could see the horse carriages going up the street made for nice ambiance.
The meal began with a delicious amuse bouche.
We had the fried calamari for our appetizer. It was the best calamari I have ever had.
I had the Duck Confit appetizer for my entree, which was the perfect portion size for me to avoid leftovers on vacation.
My husband had the Prime NY Strip. It was very good, but waiter would not substitute anything for the creamed spinach so it went wasted.
We had creme brulee that was good and the lemon grass pana cotta that I would not recommend. The complimentary desserts provided by the chef were much more palatable.
Overall- a nice dinner.