This is a picturesque steakhouse; you got your dim lights, lots of wood, and lots of flavor. For starters, try any of their mouth watering appetizers such as crab cakes, shrimp scampi or a Caesar salad. But don't forget to leave enough room for the steaks; you can choose from melt-in-your-mouth filet mignon, rib-eye and the signature dry-aged 30-ounce porterhouse. The sides could be a little more energetic, but overall are a good complement to the steak. The staff is welcoming and very attentive. The wine list is also respectable and reasonably priced.