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Please note: this business is now closed; nycgo.com keeps record of many old and closed venues. This classic steakhouse offers beautiful cuts of meat elegantly presented tableside, hearty, simple sides such as sliced beefsteak tomatoes, creamed spinach and chilled oysters on the half shell. Save room for dessert: the molten Godiva chocolate cake is the restaurant’s secret weapon. Its Downtown Brooklyn location puts it in walking distance or a short cab ride from this borough’s many iconic attractions, including the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Historical Society, Brooklyn Heights Promenade, Bargemusic, DUMBO, Brooklyn War Memorial, LIU campus and shopping. Occupying 14,000 square feet within the Brooklyn Marriott, several private dining rooms are also available.