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The Masters Restaurant Review: The game of golf is immortalized here, in a building resembling the clubhouse at Augusta National Golf Club where the Masters tournament marks the start of spring every year. In keeping with this theme, a vintage golf scene mural is the focal point of the main dining room, which features a balcony with additional seating. The woodsy setting is awash with golf lithographs, photographs and paintings. The straightforward menu is conservative, hosting American steaks and chops and broiled, sautéed and char-grilled fish and a nice selection of chicken and veal, most notably a Marsala preparation. Prices are affordable. The very good bread is made in-house, as are soups and twice-baked potatoes. A nice variety of sandwiches and salads is suitable for lunch. As an added plus, there's a piano player in the bar on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Happy hour specials are available daily from 2 p.m.-6 p.m.