The Oakwood Club is a great place to go for a special occasion or simply as a regular "go to" place of high quality. While prices might be a bit higher than most other restaurants, the prices are still reasonable and below those of a number of other comparable but pricier restaurants (e.g., a price of about $28 or so for top entrees vs $33 and much higher elsewhere, and everything is not ala carte). The food tends to be very good (steaks are popular, but I often find the lamb chops even better). Reservations are not accepted for groups less than six on weekends and the restaurant is often full or nearly so given its high quality. It is at times a bit too full and noisy if there is an event going on nearby, including at UD. People tend to dress a bit nicer - men from in jackets and at times ties down to decent collared shirts and decent pants; seldom see people in sloppy jeans, shorts, etc. Patrons are usually very nice although some excessive "Oakwoodian" snobbery can sometimes be in evidence (from our booth near the bar we once had to listen at length to two couples loudly attempting to out-brag each other about their possessions). Service is usually excellent and knowledgeable (and not with an attitude that they are almost doing you a favor to wait on you as sometimes happens at a competitor). Parking is reasonable right outside the front door or within 50-100 yards or so. The Oakwood Club is definitely one of the best in the area.
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