Went with my sister, my nephew, and his wife for a Saturday evening dinner. It was a very short wait (less than 15 minutes) at 7:00 which was nice. We sat in the lounge and got some cheese and crackers while we had drinks. The entertainment, a solo guitarist and singer, was just getting set up.
The dining rooms are cozy and the entire building is steeped in history.
We had a crostini appetizer that was fresh and tasty. My sister and I opted for Cesar salad which was chilled and crisp. The dressing tasted homemade and they did offer the option of anchovies (I declined).
The salmon with crab comes with a Sherry cream sauce which I requested on the side. I'm generally not a fan of cream sauces but this was a great addition to the perfectly cooked salmon and crabmeat.
Two at the table had the prime rib which was huge! Very meaty with not a lot of fat. My niece had one of the specials, a chicken and pasta dish which she enjoyed.
We splurged on a chocolate tart (split 4 ways as the portions are ample and we were full) which I highly recommend.
Our server was excellent - timing between courses was just right with enough time to settle but not so much time you feel forgotten. She was friendly and attentive without being annoying. A true professional.
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