I'm kidding. The pork chop probably wouldn't feed 5 people; 4 would be fine. Now, that, I am not kidding about. Four of us met for a Saturday evening supper. We started early, around 6:30 pm and stayed and talked and just took our time. One thing I look for in an evening like this is an atmosphere where I can have a conversation with the folks I'm with; Perry's is perfect. The place was busy but not packed. I stupidly forgot to make a reservation but that was not a problem. We were seated immediately and started sipping a little wine candy: Moscato. May as well start with dessert. We shared the calamari as an appetizer. Everyone enjoyed it very much. Lots of flavors but it is spicy - spicy hot, I mean. So, if you don't enjoy something with a pretty good hot "kick", don't order it. Don't get me wrong, though; it was very good. Interestingly, since we were, after all, at a "Steakhouse", only one of the four of us got steak. My lovely lady got the filet with some crabmeat on top - she really liked it. She even shared a bite with me. It was great. The rest of us got non-steak dishes, including one order of shrimp. All were described to me as excellent. I got the pork chop. It was huge. They dress it at the tableside, slicing it up into three portions: the "eyelash", the ribs (4 of them), and the chop. The thing is huge but at $34 it's actually one of the less expensive things on the menu. (The place ain't cheap. But, you get what you pay for.) I ate the most flavorful portion, the "eyelash", first. Then, it turned out there wasn't going to be any second portion - I was just too full already. Really, the pork chop would more than easily cover two regular folks, and probably, with appetizer, wine, and dessert, three. It was very good; I have to say. Service was very nice and friendly without being obtrusive. The atmosphere was lovely - not too loud to prevent good conversation but not deadly quiet either - just right. Good wine selection, too. The tab for the four of us averaged around $100 a head. That included a glass of wine before dinner, appetizers, entrees, and one dessert that the other three folks shared. I couldn't - the darned pork chop was my meat candy dessert! Lovely place. I recommend it.