Marked by a turret, this Victorian-styled building houses one of the city's favorite places for steaks, buffalo wings, and business lunches. Ed's has five small dining rooms in the circa-1911 home, and all sport lovely furnishings and enjoy great light. A variety of soups and salads is available, as are gourmet burgers and hot and cold sandwiches. You'll also find prime rib, filet mignon, salmon, lobster, and chicken. The house pastas are delicious as well and include penne Creole as well as tortellini Madagascar, which features spinach and mushrooms in a peppercorn sauce. An outdoor patio allows patrons to enjoy the warm weather, and Ed's offers audiovisual equipment for groups who schedule midday meetings.