My friend had told me about this restaurant several times over the past month and we had tried to get a reservation earlier but could not get in. Well we decided on a Saturday that we could eat late and we were able to get a reservation. Upon walking in we were greeted and advised are table would be ready in a few moments (we were about 10 min early) All the drawings of the famous people who have dined at the restaurant were all over the walls and was fun to look at. We were taken to our table and our waitress Elizabeth greeted us and asked us for our drink order. We ordered a Primus 2005 from the Casablanca Valley of Chile and found it to be a nice wine. Dinner was filet for my friend and I had the stuff lobster, which was great and well worth the market price. While you might think that the restaurant seems loud, once you settle in and start enjoying not only your food, but you company, you don?t even notice. If you?re looking for great food and a nice place to dine this is a good choice. Since it was my first time to the restaurant they provided me with a free desert, which was the chocolate cake and was fabulous. While the rich and famous have dinned here, the less than rich and famous will also find this a great value. If you think you might only get one visit and you like lobster, then spend the extra and go for it, you won't regreat it. Can't wait to come back to LA and dine again!