My husband and I made a reservation for New Year's Eve. We had been to the restaurant a couple of times before when it was One Eleven and really liked it. We were told in advance that it would be a prix fixe menu for the holiday and given the approximate cost.
Our reservation was early (5:30) so the place was definitely not crowded when we arrived. We were greeted warmly and wished a Happy New Year. Every table was decorated with a black cloth, a gold paper top hat for the gentleman, a feathery "tiara" for the lady, and noisemakers. It was a very pretty and festive setting.
The menu had excellent choices: first courses of crab cake, lobster bisque, Caesar salad, several others I don't recall. I had the crab cake and my husband had a Ceasar salad - both were excellent and good-sized portions. There were also great choices for the main course: filet mignon (I ordered), red snapper (hubby ordered), rack of lamb, s chicken dish, among others. My filet was probably two inches thick and done to perfection, served with a mound of delicious mashed potatoes and haricots verte, also done perfectly. My husband's red snapper was a large portion served on risotto along with a veg (I think either rapini or broccolini). He said it was fantastic. There were several options for dessert; we both chose a burnt almond cake that was really good, and again, the portion size was generous. My drinks from the bar were also well made.
Their service was superb - the young lady (wish I could remember her name) was friendly and attentive.
I asked if the ownership was the same as One Eleven and the waitress said yes. They had wanted to try a different name and menu but I guess gravitated back to what they do best after a short time. This explains some earlier reviews where diners were disappointed that it wasn't really a gastropub.
We loved our experience and felt the restaurant tried to make New Year's Eve special. Will definitely return!