This restaurant is a must, but you'll need reservations. I've included the number below. Only open for dinner, this 15 table restaurant is NOT a flip-flop and tee shirt establishment. You should dress appropriately. It's quaint. It's quiet. It's lovely inside. Our reservations were for 6:15 and we were immediately seated. First Lisa was our server, then Victoria. Both were kind. Our drink orders were taken: 3 Malbecs and a Stella. Victoria brought our bread with basil- infused oil and two cloves of roasted garlic to spread on top. We toasted my mother on her 75th birthday. ( little did I know, later they'd bring mom a piece of butter rum cake with a candle on it) For an appetizer, my parents shared the warm goat cheese salad. My husband and I, the Caesar. I paid the $1 extra for anchovies. (I disliked that charge because only three little ones were on my plate) After our salads, a strawberry intermezzo was presented to each of us. It's a sorbet to cleanse your palate before dinner. Dinner was delicious. See below. My husband and I each order the Chef's Grilled Beef Medallions with spinach, mushrooms and gnocchi. The meat was so tender. The flavors worked well together. My mother ordered the Shrimp Imperiale: shrimp and scallops over linguine. She said it was delicious but heavy. My father ordered the baby lamp chops. Everything was so well prepared. Nick, the General Manager, made his way over to our table to say hello. For dessert, my husband and I shared the Creme Brûlée. So good. The entire bill came to $200.