Yes, it's $$$, but worth it. The ambiance is evocative of grand scale traditions gone by. Tons of history and tradition in the place, along with wonderful food and fantastic service. My wife and I arrived on a Monday evening, around 6pm, and were promptly seated. I started with a perfectly mixed Hendrick's martini. Our server, with 27 years tenure, was charming and honestly insightful about the menu. They start you off with an assorted bread basket. The breads are fresh (from a local bakery) and full flavor. My wife and I split the chopped salad (it was huge and we probably could have split a 1/2 portion). I had the large crabs, and wifey had the swordfish, accompanied by a side of creamed spinach. All was phenomenal, the mustard sauce with the stonecrabs really makes the dish. For dessert the keylime pie is one of the best you can get anywhere. The decaf is bold and smooth. As we walked out at 7:30, the place was packed, with a large crowd waiting in the bar to get in. We got there early, as we hate to wait, and from what I've read, the wait time can be several hours. that's my only issue with place, they ought to put in a reservation system.
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