A popular staple to the area since 1993, this casually intimate restaurant boasts an old Florida steakhouse appeal. The narrow dining rooms are dimly lit and accented with framed pictures lining the walls. Those dining alone or looking for an even more laid back experience can belly up to the bar. They are obviously known for their steaks, so that is my recommendation. The New York strip and filet mignon come highly suggested by the staff. Be sure to sample Andre's steak sauce. Seafood also is a nice option, especially if you're not in the mood for steak. Shrimp, salmon and crab are often featured. If stone crab claws are in season then those are a must try item. Other dishes that have earned the right to be on the menu are veal and lamb chops as well as broiled chicken. Andre usually always is at the restaurant and is apt to stop by your table to say hello.
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