Is like walking into a British local pub. The joint is heavy on the wooden panelling and arches, dimly lit by chunky iron lamps, and there is a large, well-stocked bar. This is the sort of place where people come to eat, and then break out the cigars and the ice buckets. The food is actually very good, although there isn’t much choice. The steak dishes are your best bet, though there are also daily specials.