As for our entrees, Mr. T ordered the ribeye. It came with a red onion steak butter and parmesan truffle fries. Yum!
And as for dessert... a Blackberry Crème brûlée with champagne to toast. A complimentary birthday surprise orchestrated by Mr. T and the friendly staff.
If the food didn't win me over, the restaurant itself would have. It's a quaint place, beautiful exposed brick with very few tables inside. It reminded me a lot of a Manhattan restaurant with its size and vintage charm, sans the terrible crowd and $15 drinks.
If you decide to take my advice and go, I would recommend making reservations since it is a smaller place, and ask for window seat! There are only two of them but its one of the best seats in the house.