The restaurant interior is a vast contradiction to the boring exterior. Think a cross between the set of The Birdcage, a New Orleans red Bordello from an old western, and a ware-house of movie props. We sat in the bar area which is overwhelmingly defined by a huge indoor tree. Branches crookedly stretching overhead enveloping the bar and seating area. Warm white miniature christmas lights cover the branches defining the mood of the establishment. Ten inch long red tinsel drapes from the branches, thoughtfully placed and spaced so it gently shimmered and created a slight sense of movement and wavelength overhead. It all came together with a gold monkey frozen in flight hanging above the bar, and copies of vintage posters placed along the wall. It was a wonderful find. The prime rib was terrific and a portion befitting the woolly mammoth bitter cold thing. Perfectly baked dinner rolls, yummy butter and a simple fresh salad rounded out this perfect mid-west dinner served under the golden monkey and shimmering tinsel.