I had been pointed in the direction of the Tapa Bar by my hotel but stopped because I saw Vic's. It was closer to my hotel and from peering in the window, looked like a nice, relaxing atmosphere. Interestingly, the atmosphere was actually the least amazing part of my experience...
I ordered the Romaine Hearts Salad, which I fully expected to be good, but nothing original. I was wrong. Paired with a glass of red wine, seated near the fire, I was surprised when the server came to my table with a beautifully plated salad. The hearts were kept mostly whole and only drizzled with roasted garlic dressing (small pools for dripping on each corner of the plate). It was topped with heatlhy shavings of parm, two thinly sliced pieces of toasted bread - well seasoned, and one strip of crispy proscuitto. I must confess that making little sandwiches out of the proscuitto, crouton, salad and parm was an enjoyable experience, and was simply delicious. Nothing was over-done. The only complaint I have is that I ran out of proscuitto!
In addition, the waiter brought over two pieces of fresh multi-grain bread with a selection of butters and what I believe was a mild pate - a sprig of sage finished up the serving and it too was very taste, and well prepared.
The waitress was incredibly busy with a large table of business travellers but still did an excellent job of ensuring her small party of one (me!) was well serviced.
I think this is a new restaurant, and although off the lobby of a hotel, provides an excellent eating experience. I will be returning on my next trip to try a steak!