About this Business
From Our Editors
This cozy eatery welcomes growling bellies and their owners, showcasing a menu of classic seafood, chops, burgers, and more in a friendly setting. Warm taste buds on a starter of spicy boneless buffalo tenders ($7.95), or crunch into a Caesar salad to conquer an ambitious appetite ($4.95). For a main course, satiation-seekers can delve into selections such as the Texas BBQ burger, featuring fresh, ground sirloin swaddled with Cajun barbecue sauce and topped with bacon and cheddar ($8.95), or the broiled scallops, spirited from sea to silverware on a sprinkle of lemon butter (16.95). The veal marsala builds a trophy plate that awards diligent mandibles with meat medallions polished with marsala wine and mushrooms ($16.95), and the Steak Dianne, a New York sirloin grilled in seasoned dijon sauce, provides sizzling satisfaction ($16.95). Finish with a slice of sweet Boston cream pie ($3.75), or a sip from the wine list to end the meal on a smooth, grape note. Diners of all ages settle into 204's wooden booths to trade forkfuls or engage in pre-meal shadow puppetry. With high-definition LCD TVs showing local sporting events, guests can tackle plentiful platefuls without missing Tony Award worthy touchdown celebrations or triumphant goal line stands.