My wife and I ate at this restaurant/wine bar for the first time before attending a nearby show. We were delighted by the menu offerings, which are a little bit different than your ordinary meat-and-potatoes. I ordered seafood dumplings in a seafood broth (almost a soup), and it was tantalizing in its tastes. The broth was rich in seafood flavor, and left a slightly "hot" taste on the tongue. The blend of delicate spices was delicious. The dumplings were made with rich little seafood "meatballs" surrounded by pasta, of course. The "noodle" portion had a tendency to go limp very quickly in the broth, but the taste was so great I didn't mind. My main course was seared scallops with a cauliflower "fluff" (my words, not the chef's) that melted in your mouth. The scallops were served hot and fresh with a buttery "foam" atop. Delicious! My wife ordered butternut squash soup, which was served with pumpkin seeds and carmelized onion. She was struck by the delicate combination of spices and tangy flavor. Her main course was hanger steak, served with potatoes lyonaise in thier own oven-baked rectangular dish; she gave me a sample, and they were still iping hot and delicious well into our dinner. Her steak consisted of two nicely cut, rectangular pieces of 5-oz each steaks, perfectly cooked (for her!) to medium perfection. We were both surprised at the thickness of the steak, as hanger steak is usually a rather thin-cut piece of meat. Her steak was accompanied by Bearnaise sauce, from a choice of about five or six different sauces. We didn't order a bottle of wine, but preferred to choose from a varied selection of wines by the glass, each offered in 3-oz, 4-oz or 6-oz volumes, priced accordingly. We both chose a lovely, bubbly Proseca with our appetiziers. I chose an Italian Pino Grigio to have with my scallops; our waitress "warned" me that it was a Rose wine, which surprised me. I tried it and loved it. Service was good, though could have been better. Though not overly busy, our server didn't come back to check on us for a long time, and I had to call a different server to get a wine refill. We chose not to have dessert or coffee, so we could get to the show on time. The bill for the two of us was about $ 132 including a 20% gratuity. If you are attending any of the shows along the "theater row" in New Brunswick, give this place a try before your show.