The food was fabulous, the wine divine. The jazz background music may be perfect on a Friday or Saturday night but slow it down with classical during the slower evenings like Sunday when the restaurant isn't quite as loud and busy. Allow the Sunday diners a little more intimacy in the ambiance. The waiter was attentive without being overbearing. Though the seating immediately inside the door feels more like a waiting room rather than a place to have an enjoyable evening, the booth seating in the back is perfect for that business meal, adult family meal or romantic escape. A wonderful meal, well worth the price was served however, the wine was expensive and the pours were sparse at $10.50 a glass.