Set amid the shops of a vintage village, this steakhouse's 1851 barn exterior gives way to a rustic speakeasy vibe inside. Warm and attentive servers are happy to walk you through the menu of martinis and aged Prime beef. Á la carte steak cuts range from a six-ounce petite filet to a massive 24-ounce porterhouse. Sides, like scalloped potatoes and Gruyère mac and cheese, are sized for sharing, as are the house-made desserts. A few seafood and pasta entrées round out the selections.