In a town where restaurants come and go almost as quickly as visitors' cash, the longevity of this steak house, opened in 1958, is itself a recommendation. Both locals and visitors adore this classic steakhouse with red-leather seating, polished dark wood, and stained-glass windows for the huge slabs of well-prepared meat. Steak, ribs, shrimp scampi, and Italian classics such as veal marsala and chicken parmigiana are particularly popular. Some of the booths are reputed
to be the same ones where Elvis and members of the Rat Pack—not to mention some infamous mob rats—used to sit.