We went here for our anniversary dinner, wanting to try something other than our usual Ric's Grill or North 54. The ambience of the place was rather more suited to lunch than an intimate dinner.. Communal tables for the most part, except where we were placed, in a rather tight corner with glass blocks on the one side, and radiators on the other. The food was adequate, but nothing to write home about. No bread to start, no salad.. Say what you will about Ric's Grill, and North 54, at least you get delicious, warm, crusty bread, and a nice spinach salad before your main course. I had the lobster ravioli, which came with a simple tomato sauce. $30 for 18 pieces, no side dish at all. My wife had the baby-back ribs, which came with a dollop of garlic mashed potatoes and 4 grilled vegtables. I found the prices similar, if not higher, than that of Ric's Grill or North 54. You COULD eat very well, if you were willing to pay for it (exotic starters, additions like lobster tail, etc. to your main course). Our waiter was polite, but unsure of what even they had for beer (she appologized, and said she hadn't worked as a waitress in a while, leaving us rather more non-plussed). And she did make it back every now and again to check on us. But overall it was a dissapointing night out.
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