We lucked out by randomly hitting a show that was perfect for me: standards from the great American songbook. I loved it. The pianist and drummer were very good, and the bass player was incredibly great (he should be playing in front of thousands and in recording studios). Amy London, the singer and leader was excellent at selecting the program. Unfortunately she is not that great a singer because many of her notes were flat. They have many different types of music at different times, so you may want to do some research about the groups on their schedule before choosing when to come.
The food was OK but you wouldn't make this a destination just for that. I had hangar steak which was nicely flavored; some pieces were tender and some were chewy, but with hangar steak you take your chances. On the other hand, my wife was severley disappointed with her orechiette pasta. It says on the menu that it has sausage, but the sausage turned out to be miniature little tidbits, totally unsatisfying. And she didn't care for the sauce either. The mozzarella on tomato appetizer (usually called a caprese salad) had good mozzarella but winter supermarket quality tomatoes. The raspberry sherbet was an excellent dessert to cleanse the pallet.
Service was good. Prices were OK but there is a $15-20 cover charge per person which they didn't disclose outside where the menu and entertainment schedule are posted. The layout of tables is well suited to enjoying the music.