Glory has a space that can't be duplicated. It is so old, with brick walls and nooks and crannies. I love the style, the art, and it is candlelit like a cathedral. The menu always has fresh local fish, prepared creatively, and great bottles of wine by the glass. The bar is fun, with a wild reputation and lots of martini-drinking ladies-night-outers, and the rest of the place is devided into two soothing fire-placed dining rooms with white linen and smooth service. I haven't met the owner but she is beautiful and is always on the premises.
Pros: Beautiful food, comfortable space, great staff
Cons: No more shrimp appetizer!!!