I fell for the Phantom hype and had to try this place before we went to an exhibit at the Phillips Academy ("The Birth of Cool", awesome Calif. 50's architecture, furniture, etc). Got the famous lobster mac n cheese and it was quite good. Good amount of lobster, not overcooked (we'll see what happens when I warm up leftovers), a few different cheeses of the right melted but not gloppy consistency, even came with a side salad, not a bad price at $18.99. They also had a scallop/bacon mac n cheese that was hard to resist. Friend had a steak special (also $18.99) that came with some oniony sauce which was delicious as were the mashed potatoes and grilled veggies. We split an order of fried calamari that were a tad not fried enough but maybe people like it that way. Personally, I like a crisp coating that stays on the fish which this didn't. Lots of regulars there with their kids, two levels and a comfy space. Prices are fairly reasonable for a place that has lots of steaks.