We were happy to see new menu items at this popular spot since our last visit a few years ago. Much of the fare caters to pescatarians, and our fish fanatic raved about the blackened halibut topped with shrimp and mango pico de gallo. Another quite liked the salmon with smoked gouda and crispy Brussels sprouts. Overall, the menu has a traditional feel, with entrées such as filet au poivre with Yukon gold mashed potatoes and linguine in a white wine clam sauce. At lunch expect favorites like a Loaded Wedge and Mexican Cobb salad. With its dramatic, colorful artwork and furnishings (black-and-white cowhide easy chairs in the bar) set against dark floors and expansive windows, the Grove stays busy hosting birthday parties and special occasions. The grounds are extensive and pleasant, and there’s also live music.