We made last minute reservations for 2 couples with no problem. I left a message requesting a reservation and never heard back from them, but found they were on opentable.com so made the reservation online. The restaurant is bright and open with lots of windows and is located on the corner of a very busy area of town and situated right across the street from the Carpenter Center. Parking was tough as all parking decks were full and we had to circle a few blocks 3 times before a spot opened. The menu is limited with a handful of starters, about 10 entrees and a handful of desserts. We had the bruschetta, pot stickers and the fondue for starters. The fondue was excellent with the hot baked bread that you had to request separately...I did not like the toast points that came with them, they were too heavy. We had the filet mignon, ahi tuna and scallops. Both orders of filet were cooked well done, and charred on the edges when we had ordered them medium rare. The restaurant manager was very attentive throughout the night and immediately apologized once we pointed this out and brought us new steaks which were still overcooked, but more like medium so we made it work. The tuna and scallops were excellent. We ordered the carrot cake and bread pudding for dessert. The bread pudding was outstanding. I was not a fan of the carrot cake which I usually like. The wine menu was just ok, so we elected to have mixed drinks and beer. Everyone liked the mixed drinks....Apartment 103 and the Whipped Frenchmen. While I felt the restaurant was nice and would return, 2 of the foodies in our party felt it was just ok. The service was undoubtedly the highlight. Our waitress was very knowledgable of the menu and had great recommendations, and the manager was making regular rounds of the restaurant. I would recommend this place.