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Crosby's country-club cuisine is better than it needs to be, with some dishes grand enough to stand up to the monumentally nostalgic surroundings. The bar is a roiling meat market for the over-forty and the overly tanned, but it's worth wading in for the excellent martinis.

The Crosby concept is as corny as a Road picture, but executive chef Frank Palmer’s country-club cuisine is better than it needs to be -- in some cases a lot better. The retro iceberg wedge salad is surprisingly suave, and the grilled filet with truffle-laced demiglace is grand enough to stand up to the monumentally nostalgic surroundings. The bar is a roiling meat market for the over-forty and the overly tanned, but it’s worth wading in for the excellent martinis.

Hours: Mon.-Wed. 11 a.m.-midnight; Thu.-Sun. 11-1 a.m.

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Price: $$$$

Payment Type: MasterCard, Visa, American Express, cash, ATM/Debit

Attire: dressy

Entertainment: live music nightly in the piano lounge

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