I was pleasantly surprised when I arrived at 323. It was no longer the old Bogey's with stripped wallpaper and astro-turf carpet. All grown-up with an understated elegance. I called with two days notice and Mary was able to get me in on a Saturday night at the prime time of 7:30pm. We went with my husband, an old friend and my two teenage boys (a party of 5). It took a few minute wait and we were seated. The noise level can be high when the room is full of diners. We started with cocktails which were done right. Apps. included fresh oysters, calamari and tuna tartar. The boys ordered steaks which they both agreed were just as good as those found in major steak houses. Boy boys remarked that they were disappointed that there was nothing on the plate but a sprig of watercress, necessitating an order of Mac & Cheese and french fries. My husband ordered the sesame crusted-tuna and our friend had the eggplant parm, which he pronounce delicious. I was looking forward to the duck and was really disappointed to find out that they ran out earlier in the week and it was not on the menu. I also ended up choosing the tuna w/ soba noodles which was really nice. We rounded out the meal with a few desserts and left sated. I thought the meal was wonderful, but very pricey. Plan to easily spend close to $100 or more per person with appetizers, salad, entree (a la carte), side dish, drinks and dessert. I would return, more of a special occasion place.
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