Tellers: An American Chophouse resides in a renovated 1927 grand stone bank building. From its 20-foot windows and art deco friezes, comprising what the New York Times says “to be one of the most strikingly beautiful dining rooms on the Island,” to the clubby Gold Bar, Board Room private dining room and walk-in Wine Vault, diners are transported to a time when superior service and quality were the norm. Adds Zagat Survey, “The fantastic experience comes in part from its gorgeous setting . . . meatery mavens laud the exceptional steaks and to-die-for seafood as well as the outstanding service.” The classic chophouse menu with local seafood and sushi selections is complemented by a diverse and imaginative international wine list. A regular recipient of Wine Spectator’s Best of Award of Excellence, the list of 1,000 labels is part of an 8,000-bottle wine cellar “kept safe” in the once bank vault. Tellers is the flagship restaurant from the Bohlsen Restaurant Group (www.brgroup.biz) opened in 1999.