My husband, our grown son and I ate here while on vacation. It's a fine dining spot with prices to match. Most entrees over $25 and doesn't include salad. Our reservations were at 7:00. We arrived on time and the hostess said it would be another 15 minutes. We ordered a glassWe each ordered the beef filet ($34). I had the beet salad, which was good, but it was $9. The boys each had the house salad which was $7, I think. The bread was very good and included 2 small pretzel rolls. Trouble is, there were 3 of us. I asked for more pretzel rolls and we got them, but the waitress frowned and said it might take an hour. Clearly she did not want to serve us more. We had more wine and they kept our water glasses filled. Steaks finally arrived table side around 9:00 PM. They were very good and served with asparagus, also very good. Atmosphere is nice, but very outdated. Brass and etched crystal fixtures. Like being at Grandma's house. Bottom line: Very good but pricey food,tired decor and slow kitchen. We weren't in a hurry, so we didn't mind--but the table next to us--who had already ordered when we were seated, got served even after we did.
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