First of all, a warning - this place is difficult to find. We drove around and around the building and never saw a sign. We then called and were told we could walk in the Moxie entrance which is easy to find. The two restaurants share a kitchen.
Ambience is modern cool, we found not too loud as some diners complained. I think noise may be more of an issue in the Moxie dining hall. We could hear nearby conversations - a couple of anniversary celebrations. It was fun and did not bother us.
Service impeccable. My only minor complaint is that the server went on and on about all the specials, the origin and grading of various meats, etc. After a couple of minutes of this, I was impatient to have a chance to look at the menu.
The menu has something for everyone. Many appetizers, salads, steaks, seafood, pastas, and sides to choose from. Much more varied and interesting than a Morton's or Ruth's Chris for example - and better executed in my opinion. The burrata salad was amazing. Steaks were fantastic, tender, juicy with some seared, mildly charred surface. They were done pretty much as described which is towards the rare side compared to usual definitions. I.e., my usual preference for medium rare, here is a medium. They have many sauces and toppings of which we tried the horseradish creme fraiche, which was nice but unnecessary. Risotto of the day was amazing - we had to pack most of it to go. Wines by the glass mostly run about $12-15. Donuts (beignets, essentially) with dipping sauces are the signature dessert.
This is one of the best meals I have had in a long time - and also one of the priciest. Quite expensive by Cleveland standards. I will likely return for a special occasion.