Came here instead of Roy's to try out "the new place" on a Thursday night. This location has changed venues several times over the years, but I'd be surprised if Three Fat Pigs doesn't buck that trend. The atmosphere is chic comtemporary and pleasant, live light jazz music, indoor and outdoor seating available by the lake. The menu has good variety but isn't overly complex. It's mostly steak and seafood fare but with numerous unique touches and flavors. The wine list is quite limited. I had the osso bucco which was savory and flavorful. Service was attentive and the food arrived with amazing speed. Bear in mind that this is an a la carte menu so sides are ordered (and purchased) seperately from the main dish. Plan on $35-$50/person without wine.
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