It is a very nice restaurant so I wouldn't go too casual-no jeans/t shirts. It's always nice to show respect for yourselves and the venue by looking good.
I would err on the side of wearing something nice and not too casual. The chef and the waiters obviously put a great deal of time and effort into making this a pleasurable dining experience. Out of respect for that (and I think this applies to any restaurant and to dinners at the homes of friends and family ), you should make an effort to look smartly dressed and not as though you just finished cleaning your house.
Not that I saw. Most were dressed for the theatre
people were dressed nicely, smart casual and not jeans with t shirts.
Smart casual will be good. You'll feel under dressed if you wear jeans.
It's a classy place. I'd think twice before wearing jeans. Everyone employed there treats customers first rate. We loved everything about the restaurant.
We went for lunch and did not dress up. I think I was wearing nice jeans and a top, my husband in dockers. I really don't know about dinner.
No dress code, I would say you want to dress nicely (no jeans) but no need to dress up
There's no dress code. Men don't have to wear jackets or anything like that.
Business casual seems to be the norm. It can be fairly touristy.
Some people there were in good clothes. We were on the causal side having been out walking all day. No one mentioned anything. We ate outside on patio and loved it.
There was one couple with a child about 10. Going before a play they are very prompt with orders. For my brood of 3 I wouldn't have taken to this restaurant in this age range They would not have appreciated what you are paying for; A bit too nice for them at that age.
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