The interior is completely redone and looks nice with a big u-shaped bar downstairs. The only resemblance to the old place is the entrance-way leading up to the hostess station.
The prices are on the expensive side but this is fine dining in the burbs and you should expect to pay. Here we have steak frites, sliced butchers sirloin, parmesan & arugula fries, Burgundy demi-glace, whiskey-onion butter. Not sure what the cut is, I have heard of butcher's tenderloin but never butchers sirloin. The steak comes out as ordered, but the compound butter on top was frozen and really didn't have a chance to melt on the rare steak. The Burgundy demi-glace was absent and putting the steak on top of the fries made them soggy and I suspect that the demi-glace was dumped in there as well. The fries were good but severely lacked salt and having not being salted immediately after being taken out of the fryer it was hard to get the coarse salt that was on the table to stick to them. The service was friendly and quick and of course you get linen napkins as expected. I'll be back, a neighboring table had the Fish and Chips and it looked really good.