You can have conversations at this restaurant without participating unintended with those of your fellow diners. My first visit was with a party of six and other than the automatic add of 15% which I think should be for larger parties, and usually ensures mediocre service. Service here was fine, though our knowledgeable waiter had a bit of an attitude you find us not typical of gentile Richmond. Everyone enjoyed their meal. My swordfish was spot on, oddly two of the ladies in the group were the only ones who went for fillet mignon, which were cooked to their requested levels. The braised short rib was reported as succulent and tasty without having excessive fat and a BBQ brisket got two thumbs up too. Another fish dish - I can't recall which - was also approved as excellent. Wine list was broad enough in varietals for anyone with several familiar friends listed.
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