Don't let the name fool you. Ireland's Steakhouse is not particularly Irish nor is it just a steak house. In fact, this restaurant is most popular for its sustainable-seafood menu. Promoting a holistic philosophy of green eating, the restaurant meticulously chooses its ingredients and the purveyors that supply them, while staying true to the international "Seafood Watch" guide. The restaurant is a warm and woodsy enclave in the back corner of the Bonaventure Resort & Spa. In keeping with trends of other steak houses, hearty mains (like the mustard-glazed king salmon and the 22-ounce bone-in rib eye) are paired with loads of decadent sides made for sharing (like lobster mac and cheese and lobster fries).