Two of us arrived at 5:15 with a reservation for dinner before the 7:00 show time. We arrived to a near empty room, but were quickly seated, had menus, and drink orders in. We had plenty of time to order and eat (3 courses) without feeling rushed, finishing in time to watch the show w/o having our eating overlap with the performance. Food was nicely cooked and presented: Kumamoto oysters; Grilled shrimp appetizer; Steak tartare; and, a Caesar salad with shrimp. All were worth repeating. This is a lovely spot for a more intimate exposure to B'way quality performers (often the same names you'll see on stage) than you'll get attending a big-stage production, and a lovely dinner to boot. Lovely evening.
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