After a hiatus of a few years, we tried the Chelsea before a concert at the Grand. Our group of four was seated quickly in the restaurant ....the bar was full at 6 pm. We split three appetizers - they are still very good - the fried pickle wedges are unusual and always a favorite. Main courses were fish & chips, filet & lobster ravioli, and a Chelsea pizza - well prepared - had minor problem with one of the fish that was undercooked but it was promptly replaced with a new fish with no questions. Drinks are pricey- $6/beer and $10/drink or glass of wine but the appetizers and main courses are at good price points. Overall a good value. Our waitress, Laura, provided great service
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