Blackstone is absolutely in the upscale price range but the food only fares in the mediocer range when compared with the prices charged. Service is excellent as is the wine selection. The menu is extensive in the seafood area with a few selections provided to appeal to non-seafood types. I found this interesting as they bill themselves as a steakhouse first. A good selection of sushi is available. Each of the selections are alacarte. Ambiance is nice but the noise level is uncomfortably loud making conversation difficult. In general, dinner will fall in the order of one hundred dollars per person plus any alcohol. Wine selections run from typical high end restaurant pricing through multi thousand per bottle.
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