Ask your server to tell you the story of the bullet hole two feuding business partners left behind back in the day. Open since 1991 – Dino & Harry's Steakhouse on the Waterfront in Hoboken embodies a proud legacy and history. Vintage details such as the 150 year old clock, the stain glass designs that crown the expansive windows, the tiled floor and tin ceiling transport the restaurant back in time. Yet there is an appealing familiarity about what looks like - and in fact is – the archetypal neighborhood saloon, albeit one that doubles as a fine dining establishment. The resounding masculinity of the majestic antique cherry bar gives way to the cozy nooks and crannies of the main dining area to which soaring ceilings lend a touch of grandeur. This Hoboken offspring embraces its heritage while taking advantage of the historic building in which it operates – A circa late-1800's edifice. Built as a longshoreman's saloon, the atmosphere has been preserved retaining most of its original architectural details. The steakhouse has such a richly authentic 100-plus year old neighborhood institution look that Hollywood has often called. It served as the location for many films including ON THE WATERFRONT and CITY HALL, and a number of commercials (Amstel Lite, 3 Musketeers and Volvo to name a few.). There is a dignity, a sense of generations and memories having been made. Dino & Harry's Steakhouse exemplifies the phrase, "If these walls could talk!" In the hear of Hoboken's thriving downtown, on the corner of 14th and Garden Streets, it is just a quick walk or taxi ride from the Path train and NJ Waterways terminal, and only 1.5 miles from the Lincoln Tunnel.