The old building is beautiful outside and in, and the dining area is classy and clean. We made reservations and were shown immediately to our table. They were setting up for a band in the front room so the place was busy and there was a lot of energy, which makes sense for a Friday night. The food seemed expensive, but after eating, it was worth the price. Everything was delicious from the appetizers to the dinner. I only wish I had room left for dessert! The overall feel and experience made for a special night. About our food: Appetizer - the calamari. This wasn't the usual small fried pieces heaped on a plate like some others. You only get ten or so, but these were big, juicy fried pieces that came with two great sauces (the cocktail sauce was amazing with a nice spiciness to it). So in the end, they give you more calamari than other places and it is cooked nicely. The bread that was served was warm and toasty on the outside and moist on the inside, seemed to come right out of the oven! Wine - Ordered a Woodbridge Riesling, very nice. Dinner - I ordered the stuffed prawns, which I ordered with the garlic mashed potatoes, sauteed green beans and squash and house salad. The veggies were cooked to tender, seasoned to taste, while the mashed potatoes were a nice sized portion with a nice mild garlic flavor. The prawns were crispy and hot, right out of the fryer. Inside, they were creamy and melted in your mouth. My wife ordered the mushroom raviolis in a Marsala sauce and the house salad. They were awesome! They smelled so good that I had to try some, so traded two of my prawns for some of her dish! The smell and taste of the sauce was incredible. I could have eaten three plates of that! Overall it was pricey, but the food and experience made it worth it. This would be a good place to go out for a special night.