I went to Amen Street for the first time to try the Restaurant Week Menu. The brick-walled interior, wood tables, and interesting oyster decorated ceiling lights all add to the casual but interesting decor. The $30 three course selection was excellent. The she-crab soup was the best I've had in a long time (and not excessively thick). The pan-roasted tilefish was fresh and succulent, served over jasmine rice and oyster stew. However, there should have been some fried oysters with it, but we were told that they ran out. That seemed prettty strange for an oyster house! The creme brulee dessert was a surprise - chocolate bacon! The combination was unusual and actually quite tasty. Our waiter was very pleasant but somewhat slow in getting the dessert order. I am eager to return to try the oysters and other seafood.