We were excited for our dinner here and ended up being disappointed. This place has alot to figure out. We arrived early for dinner on our anniversary, and the hostess recommended that we have a drink at the bar. The bar was packed full of business travelers, so we asked to be seated, she seemed confused by this. Not sure why, but they proceeded to seat us at easily the worst table in the restaurant in the middle of an area where people were standing around drinking - we found it very uncomfortable, as did others near us. We asked if there was another table (which there were) and she said no and didn't seem to care. Most of the tables are near the massive bar, which is eliptical and takes up most of the well-decorated space. Seemed to be a good place to have a drink, but not dinner.\r
Food was marginal at best. The salt and pepper calamari appetizer was a total joke - about 8 tiny pieces of calamari under (no joke) a foot of frisee salad that wasn't even seasoned. The lobster risotto croquettes were decent, but cold. Our waitress was disappointed in us for not ordering drinks, as evidenced by her sad-puppy face. She also pushed us hard to order sides, and seemed disappointed again when we insisted that we had ordered enough between 2 appetizers and 2 entrees. She also forgot to tell us the specials, we thought there weren't any until we heard them after we ordered. Our entrees were ok, my wife's filet was good, however, it came with frozen spinach (Birds-Eye or Green Giant, if I'm not mistaken- which is fine but not when i'm paying $35 a plate). My lamb chops were sad, much like our waitress.\r
We eat at higher-end restaurants on a regular basis (Lurcat, Nami, Salut, Campiello, etc), and would put this way at the bottom of the pack. If I had to guess, I would say they jack up their prices because they're a hotel restaurant and most of their guests are paying via corporate card. Unless your company is footing the bill, go somewhere else.
Pros: Nice place for a drink
Cons: Poor value for the money