This is the sister restaurant to the famous 1926 New York City speakeasy that became a steakhouse after prohibition ended. Known for their USDA Prime dry-aged cut steaks, double loin lamb chops, and fresh seafood which includes Maine lobster and Scottish salmon. Professionally dressed staff members are attentive. Most linen-topped tables are located on the second floor mezzanine level that overlooks the bar and lounge below. This is a good option for the non-adventurous diner. Illuminated candles surround the main piece of art in the dining room, a large replica of the famous 1942 Nighthawks painting of a diner in New York City.