In town as a tourist with my 87 year old father in law who describes himself as a meat and potatoe man. I knew this was a nice restaurant from the reviews. When we arrived we asked if we were dressed properly to match the candle light and table cloths we could see in the dining area. Once seated the waitress was very attentive and knowledgeable about the small upper scale menu. I could see my father in law wasn't liking fancy sounding stuff. We finally ordered a beef dish that turned out perfect for him. The tab for three of us was close to $350 that included a bottle of wine. However, it was a great meal and I would do it again!
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