Andria's restaurant was very welcoming and interesting all in one. The food was a little spendy, I thought, but when it came out from the kitchen and we began to eat, I quickly found it was well worth the price. I had researched the menu online in preparation of my trip there and was really looking forward to having the swordfish. But, when our group began to order, I learned that they were out of it that day. I was disappointed but ended up having the Filet Mignon instead. It was cooked to order (medium well) and was flavorful, tender, and juicy. No need for steak sauce here! The staff was very efficient and courteous. The appearance of the restaurant itself was that of the 1920's. Very fun atmosphere and good food made for a great visit.