We chose to eat in the bar because it seemed cozier and more intimate. (lighting in the main dining room seemed harsh. They were having a casino night, so this may be the reason) The place was full and staff was accommodating.
I enjoyed the wedge salad very much and the Onion Soup was also very good.
They have a nice wine list. We chose off the "by the glass" menu and everyone was happy with their choices.
We all made beef selections and everything was excellent. My Prime Rib was the least impressive but I may have ordered it too rare. My husbands Rib Eye was VERY good and my friend got the Medallions of Beef, which was my favorite.
The Creme Brulee was one of the best I've had.
They had live music later in the evening. (Sax on the Beach) It was very enjoyable but a little loud for conversation.
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