My wife and I went here for the first time yesterday. We both had the happy hour drinks and appetizers. Mine was yuengling with margarita flatbread and hers was a cosmo with calamari. The drinks were wonderful and the Flatbread was fresh and bright, clean, delicious flavors with sweet tomatoes and balsamic vinaigrette. The calamari was tender, really well cooked and spiced perfectly. For an entree I had the chicken parm and my wife had Delmonico prime. Both meals were flawlessly executed with tender meats and rich, full flavors. For dessert we had their chocolate cake which was seven layers of heaven, with none of the cloying sweetness people often find. Our server, Liza, was the epitome of friendly professionalism, as was the bartender. The entire meal came to about $120.00 dollars.The restaurant harkens back to a bygone era with the classic crooners such as Sinatra and Martin playing in the background, an era where food, service, and atmosphere all came together to create a dining experience. It was easily one of the best values I've gotten in a meal. I would not hesitate to recommend this restaurant to even the most discerning person.