Eddie G's, friendly and to the point, is a steak house without pretense. It's also one with respectable prices, plus enough variety to make dinner dissenters happy, too. Earth tones dominate the dining room, which is rimmed in warm wood. The artwork is polite and so is the staff. You can start with the straightforward shrimp cocktail or littlenecks on the half-shell. They're better choices than the crab cakes and the house version of spiedini, the deep-fried mozzarella staple. A pound of spicy, Buffalo-style chicken wings also suits the spot. The move on to the marinated rib-eye or T-bone steak. The porterhouse and the prime rib are the competition, along with rack of lamb, filet mignon, shell steak and the house's obligatory hamburger. If you're not inclined toward beefing it up, salmon is available daily, as are veal Marsala and chicken Francaise. Or be totally contrarian and opt for penne alla vodka. Harmony resumes tableside with the housemade brownie and apple pie a la mode.