The good news in our case was the excellent server, Emily, the view and general ambiance of the place. Very nice. Bad news was our choice of food, and the quality of what we got. Oysters were said to have come in that morning, maybe so, but they were not fresh, had little moisture and probably had not been perfectly stored. The salad was nicely put together, but the dressing was inert. The real disaster was the so-called ribeye steak, which was actually a thinly cut flank steak. It was served at room temperature on a cold plate. It had a lot of gristle and fat pieces, and the "glace" sauce had a bland taste but managed to take the flavor away from the meat. We sent it back for more heat and unfortunately had more sauce slathered on it when it came back. The other food may be good, but I wouldn't order steak, unless you are in a steakhouse.