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Mohsen Heidari has been involved in the restaurant business for decades. Since 1988, he has been the owner of this area stalwart, opened in 1948 by Arthur Bates. The steak and seafood palace may no longer be at its original location -- that was several addresses and a decade ago. Still, Heidari offers Arthur's acclaimed eats in a setting replete with shimmering glass chandeliers lighting white-tablecloth tables and dark-wood arches. To secure the establishment's swanky reputation is the availability of beluga caviar. The steaks for which Arthur's is famous are USDA Prime and, surprisingly, don't cost a pretty penny. A 12-ounce filet mignon is only $29, a bargain-basement price for a steakhouse of Arthur's stature. Other notable dishes include the Australian cold-water lobster tail, Tournedos Rossini (filets with foie gras and black truffles, potatoes Dauphinoise and sautéed asparagus) as well as the mixed grill of venison, rack of lamb and quail.