My friends and I had a Saturday night dinner is this fabulous restaurant. The ambiance was exquisite with a wood fire open kitchen and warm amber colored lighting. We started with raw bar where we enjoyed mouth watering fresh Kumamoto oysters and the plumpest stone crab claws we had ever tasted. We then sampled wood fired roasted mushroom flatbread at the recommendation of our server and it was also absolutely delicious. Each bite was cheesy, earthy, smoky perfection. Our entree was the dry aged rib eye for two and it was not only cooked perfectly, tasted spectacular but also the presentation made it a feast for the eyes as well. I would recommend this restaurant for all the foodies out there who love a riff on classic American cuisine and who crave high quailty ingredients prepared by skilled woodfire chefs. It's a good one.
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