With the name Bogart's, one has the feeling that it dates back to the 30's and the 40's with trench coats, doll faces, rooms filled with smoke, and statues of falcons.
Once you step into the place, you will feel the warmth of the ambiance. Nice dark stained wood covers the floors and walls. The chairs are classy and solid (no rocking back and forth on a 3 legged stool). The whole scene is lit by soft celling light as well as open flame from the candles on the tables. There is a faint smell of cooking food in the air that just adds to the idea of a chophouse. Along with the mouth watering scents in the air, you hear live music throughout.
The quality of food was very solid. With my party of six, everything was fine and cooked correctly. Everything but mine... I had ordered a Ribeye steak cooked rare. It turned out to be medium-rare when it arrived at the table.... Don't get me wrong, I like medium-rare. So, why did I order rare? I've been to many a chophouse and rare is an extremely difficult thing to do. I typically order rare because most places will deliver medium-rare instead of rare.
The desserts were excellent and reasonably priced for the size of the portion.
Excellent. The waiter was timely, the plates cleared quickly, the arrival of the food was quick.
Overall, Bogart's is an excellent establishment. I would play it again.