The atmosphere is definitely designed for the boomer generation, but the food will satisfy everyone. This homage to the Sinatra era exudes the 60's with its club-like lounge atmosphere and soothing big band background music. The menu is straight from the era as well when Americans started discovering and really enjoying cuisines from around the world due to the growth in international restaurants. You'll find pastas, teriyaki, veal, steaks, schnitzel, and fabulous Lowcountry seafood selections. Each dish is wonderfully prepared, offering rich and satisfying flavors that you will not forget. I started with the sausage stuffed mushroom caps, which can also be ordered stuffed with seafood. They were so good I just wanted more, but I'd already committed to my entrée selection which was no less enjoyable. The house specialty is the mixed grill and an array of antipasto platters. If you remember the old lounge atmosphere don't worry, Frankie's is 100% child friendly.