My dad took me out to dinner a few years ago and it was fantastic. I know that we were very near the Boston Centre for the Arts because we saw A Man of No Importance right after dinner. I'm almost positive that its on Tremont street. The restaurant was very small, long and narrow. You had to walk down some steps to get to the host/hostess. I had a steak which was fabulous and my dad had a tomato soup that was a rediculously bright red. This is as much as I can remember! I've searched for it before, but have been unsucessful. The food was really terrific and I'd love to try it again. If anyone can tell me the name or location, I'd really appreciate it!