Our family had a fantastic meal at Theo's Steakhouse last night. Under the same ownership as Ava's Wine Bar next door, Theo's offers a focused menu with different cuts of steak as the main offering -- as well as two types of fresh fish (last night it was Cod and Salmon) and full lobsters. Sides are a la carte, and there are three dessert options. Most of the menu is gluten free, with the exception of the fried items like onion rings and fresh cut fries (fried in the same oil). Just ask about anything you're interested in ordering, and your server will confirm with the chef if it's gluten free. You'll want to ask them to hold the croutons if you order a salad. The butternut squash soup I ordered was delicious -- and gluten free. Our son, who is gluten free, was visibly disappointed when learning that he couldn't order the fresh-cut fries with his steak (this is often the case when dining out, because of shared fryers...). However, they brought him QUITE a treat instead -- a lobster tail served alongside his steak. Not something I'd imagine they make a habit of, but a wonderfully nice surprise for our son, which completely changed the mood of our dinner. He was so happy and ate just about every last bite of both the steak, lobster, and our side of broccoli, which was done to perfection (not underdone like many restaurants serve). We didn't have room for dessert, but there was a creme brulee on the menu, likely GF, but we forgot to ask. We had intended to try a dessert or two, but were just too full after the wonderful steaks. They have a nice wine list, too, but we just ordered by the glass...I ordered a great Pinot Noir, while my wife enjoyed a delicious Malbec. We'd recommend this restaurant highly if you like high-quality steaks (although my wife said the salmon was excellent, too). It is located in a restored home on the main street of St. Michael's and is cozy and romantic. They have a gorgeous bar area, which is the room you enter upon arrival. There are a few tables for dining in that room, too -- one by the window and two higher dining tables near the bar. There are two other small rooms that each accommodate about 5 tables. The staff was friendly, and the chef came out to check on us. A great year-round restaurant, whether enjoying a cozy dinner and wine in the Fall or Winter -- or stopping in after strolling St. Michael's in the Spring or Summer!