The menu is generally heavy on the meats, though we have found the servers to be very knowledgeable about possible modifications that can be made and so there are generally choices between several appetizers and salads. Finally, every time we have gone, they have had a vegan sorbet, often blackberry cabernet, available for dessert. We don't ever expect that there will be vegan dessert options when we dine out and so this is always a nice treat!
We love how they have refurbished the ground floor of the old Secor Hotel and created an atmosphere that is contemporary, with a space laden with rotating single-artist art shows. The cocktail menu has unique takes on classic cocktails (Rachel recommends the Retro-Fashioned!), the craft beer menu has something for all and the wine menu is one of the best in the city. Also, we feel like the prices are quite reasonable for the dining experience that you get. Check it out!