Tues night. Booked up? Hour wait? Bar area open though. Was disappointed at first to drop this kind of money eating in a bar. But, it's part restaurant, so no worry. Service, impeccable. Ambiance, nothing barish about it, VERY nice. We ate for 2 hours here, no drinks. The filet mignon was $42 of meat heaven. Best steak I've ever had. Been to Burn's in Tampa. Been to multiple Ruth's Chris, ... And, you can ask for the edges to not be seared (they'll pamper it in foil) if you don't want "that flavor". The steak is melt in your mouth. No flavorings added. We did get two sauces for dipping on the side, béarnaise and the onion butter dip. Every side is a la carte. The Caesar salad was excellent. The clam chowder chock full. The creamed spinach is average. The lobster mac and cheese good, but too much dry sprinkled cheese atop. The lobster part was excellent. Not chewy leftovers. Big, succulent pieces. The mushroom mix was fine. The espresso was excellent, lots of cinnamon. Desserts. The chocolate cake was awful. Cheap icing taste and dryish cake served cold to hide. The flourless choco cake was average. We did ask the waitress what her fave was, and she said coconut cream pie. I'd NEVER order coconut anything, and never anything cream or pieish. But we were soo disappointed in the first two we were VERY glad we'd ordered 3 desserts to try. We like to know what to get when we take guests, and yes, there was a lot of leftovers from this meal. Anyway, there's a huge whipped cream portion atop the coconut dessert. I don't like whipped cream. But at the bottom is a thin layer of a coconut pudding and the real treat, the crust. That bottom part was spectacular! Moist and coconutty and I don't know how to describe it, like mushy cookie consistency. It was roll your eyes back tasty, and we're not coconut fans. Next trip we will order multiple of these and just head to the bottom! I have no clue what we spent here, but I'm sure it was sick $ for 2. WILL be going back for any special occasion.