This 'New American' restaurant certainly delivers an eclectic and robust menu. The appetizers are a varied selection of interesting choices from flash fried calamari to baked brie in a toasted nut crust. The presentation of the food is a work of art.
The 'special' entree I ordered was very tasty but the medallions of filet mignon was small, pricey and average quality beef. We ordered dessert to share after seeing the table next to us getting their over-sized dessert. Unfortunately, our selection was a children's portion compared to theirs for the same price.
The ambiance is inviting and warm. The service is a bit strange though. One gentlemen is both the host and main waiter with many water and bread attendants. Service should have been alot better give the high prices although a BYOB.