02/20/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I ate here on 2/17/06 with a group of 4 friends for a pre-theater dinner served between 5-7PM. The $35 pre-theater menu is the best value, including choice of 2 appetizers (french onion soup recommended; caesar salad is average), 3 entrees (an excellent shrimp-risotto dish, a huge filet mignon with fingerling potatoes) and 2 decadent desserts, a tiramisu or a very dense chocolate mousse. The restaurant is clubby and comfortable. Our waiter was forgetful, working to our advantage-- he brought an appetizer of calamari to our table which we didn't order and was comped. The garlic bread/gorgonzola fonduta was also tasty. Drinks are steep. Our dinner with one extra appetizer for the table, one drink, tax and tip was $65 per person. You can get your valet ticket stamped at the restaurant and save by keeping your car there through the theater end for only $9.