The atmosphere is middle-ageish B&T crowd in a garishly ""elegant"" setting, and it kind of looks like it should be one of those big mansion restaurants that are so popular in upper-middle-class NJ. Be prepared to hear bad 70s rock and 80s pop thumping downstairs while you eat, but the food is shockingly good. The fish I had was perfectly cooked and seriously one of the best I've had, even at all the $200/meal restaurants. It's kind of a bizarre setting (though you may really get into the humor of it and the strangely festive vibe), but service is tight, and for $45 prix fixe, it's actually a really good deal. If you're in the area, pop in -- just don't let the not-so-hipsters trying to dance downstairs scare you away.
Pros: tasty, prix fixe good deal, good service
Cons: cheesy setting