A nice, warm, attractive restaurant with lots of wood and brick. It was crowded (on a Saturday night) but the tables are far enough apart that it didn't feel noisy. We had made a reservation and were glad we did, as we were seated right away but other couples were told there was a half-hour wait. Not much parking in the area, so leave a little extra time to find a spot. The service was fast and friendly. Some nice touches included a whole loaf of French bread in a stainless steel basket, served with both butter and herbed oil and a pitcher of ice water left on your table for refills. The fried flounder special included three big filets that were good but a little bland; served with soup (the French onion soup for $2 extra may be the best we've ever had) plus salad plus excellent wild rice and a very good side of crisp-cooked vegetables. The pan-seared scallops were fantastic, served in a delicious butter sauce, with soup or salad plus vegetables and a side (we chose the garlic mashed potatoes, okay but not very garlicky). With one glass of wine, the bill came to $64 for two people--not bad considering we took home enough leftovers for a second dinner for two. The menu was very extensive, with seafood, poultry, veal, pasta dishes, sandwiches, and it included a lot of lower-priced entrees than the ones we chose. This was our first visit and we will definitely be going back.