This restaurant is without a doubt an old fashioned, New York style steakhouse, very similar to the former Coach and Six in Atlanta, GA (does anyone remember that place?) The food is just above average and everything on the menu is very heavy. It is housed in the lobby of the Wynfrey Hotel which was posh in the 80's but has seen better days. I was a guest in the hotel and I decided I would give it a shot. There was a menu in the room and it stated they served a 2-3lb Maine lobster (market price) I called downstairs and asked what that price was and the manager stated $125.00, and then she said no, $87.00. Being a fan of lobster, decided I would spring for it. I ordered the lobster, stuffed baked potato and asparagus along with 2 henikens and the bill came to a whopping $200.00 with tip. Turned out she had misquoted the price on the lobster. The meal in no way, shape or form was worth the cost. Beware, everything is ala carte. The atmosphere is cold with everything painted black and very unflattering, glaring, too bright spots. The restaurant was completely empty the night I was there. Service was OK, but this restaurant is ridiculously over priced and I will not be returning. Sorry Don!