Expect first-rate dry-aged porterhouses and NY strips at this classy American beef palace, and consider the intense porcini-rubbed rib eye with aged balsamic. Unexpected: bouillabaisse worthy of a fine French bistro. Clam chowder and lobster-and-crab cakes kick things off nicely, and opulent coconut cream pie caps the feast. Scan the touchscreen tablet wine list for trusty, if pricey, selections. Service is unusually sharp for a national chain.
Dishes We Liked
Steak tartare ($16), filet mignon with cipollini onions and wild mushrooms ($48), au gratin potatoes ($11), warm double-chocolate cake with port-infused cherries and ice cream ($11)