If you're going to see a performance at the Bank of America Theatre across the street, you're close enough to dash over here for a drink at intermission (we love the lengthy by-the-glass wine selections). Pre- and post-curtain, the clubby confines fill with show-goers big on beef, though there are also ample raw bar, seafood, and pasta choices. For the most relaxing experience, plan to come after the theatergoers have left for Act I.
Nov 27, 2005
Great place to eat. Get there around 5PM weekdays so you aren't rushed. It's a little dark in there and hard to read the menu. (Bring a flashlight). Most items are ala carte, but well worth it. Highly recommend the small ribeye or their fish.
Oct 4, 2002
The food was avearage and the portions were good. Any mill of the restaurant would compete well with this restaurant.