I used to love the Lighthorse, but I have to agree with the other reviewers that the food has drastically decreased in quality. Concomitant to this problem, the prices remain the same. Thus the overall experience is sour. I went in October of 2008 and was served a steak so coated in thick cheese that the meat was completely lost. Today, I attempted to try the menu again but it took nearly 1:30 for the food to be served. When it arrived, everything was cold (who wants cold egg dishes). There was no explanation other than being under staffed. I have an immense problem with that logic though, because when a top notch restaurant is understaffed, they normally reduced the seating. This may mean turning people away or having a long wait, but it does enhance the quality of those that do eat. Instead, they packed it full. All of the features that used to define the lighthorse (innovating cuisine, friendly service, etc..) have disappeared. This restaurant has sadly run its course. It subsists now on locals who cannot get over how far its fallen, and those who remember a good experience from a couple years back. So sad.
Pros: Decor, bar area, historical artefacts
Cons: Food, prices, service