Historic. Patrons dine on aged Prime steak, lamb, veal, chicken and seafood while surrounded by oak-paneled walls sporting Chicago photographs taken 1830-1930. The steaks are either wet- or dry-aged and many have a bone-in option. Some higher priced specialty Japanese steaks also are presented on the menu. The restaurant has a very good wine selection. The main dining room is located up a flight of stairs on the second floor but lots of dining tables also are available in the ground-level bar/lounge.