We arrived at 6:30 on a Friday night. About 1/4 full at that point and we were seated in one of the booths located along the perimeter of the main dining room. The ambiance is warm and inviting. Service was perfect. Our waitress was very knowledgeable yet we did have one question about a paricular steak as we had not heard of that cut. A manager was there within 3 minutes with that steak on a platter and told us all we needed to know. The meal was, start to finish, outstanding! The lobster bisque had plenty if lobster and shrimp and a very tasty soup. The wedge salad had a spicy blue cheese dressing. The steak, the basil roasted corn and the truffle potatoes were all awesome. Sides are plenty big enough for 2 (maybe 3). When we made the reservation, they asked if we would be celebrating and we told them that it would be our anniversary. After dinner, a creme brulee arrived. Very nice (and delicious)! So many places think that chocolate is the ultimate dessert but my husband is not all that fond of rich chocolate and, after the BIG dinner we had just enjoyed, the creme brulee was totally perfect! Only slight negative was that, by 7pm, the room was filling and as it did, the noise level rose to a level that was a bit much to talk over, even along the perimeter. Cannot imagine what it was in the middle of the room! The waitress said that the side rooms are quieter but, after seeing them after dinner, we decided that, when we return, we will be sure to arrive early enough to get a booth, regardless of the din, as we far preferred the ambiance in the main room. They do allow patrons to bring wine - $20 corkage - and they have high quality wine glasses. We have no doubts that we will be back!