Enjoyed a very good dinner at this attractive restaurant. We had drinks in an attractive small room said to have been a speakeasy during Prohibition and then ate in the large private dining room. Especially considering they were serving a number of us my fish and my spouse's steak were both perfectly cooked. First courses, soup or pasta were also very tasty.
It seemed like an otherwise slow night and the very attractive large dining room was not very crowded. I would say it is worth a visit ,and ask to see the speakeasy.