While it's true Hamilton's best-known restaurant for fine dining is Shakespeare's Fine Dining, how many people would know that it also serves ostrich filet mignon, buffalo steaks or wild boar? When Chef Franco Putignano started his restaurant in 1969, it began as a steak house. But over the years, as the public's tastes changed, so did the menu. Now customers can order not only prime U.S. Choise corn fed beef steaks, but wild game which also includes caribou and venison. Shakespeare's Fine Dining also provides an extensive selection of fish, including live lobster, fresh salmon, sea bass, trout, pirkcerel, red snapper and swordfish. The fish, just like everything else that is served, is personally selected each morning from Hamilton suppliers to ensure freshness. In addition to his efforts to bring his customers the finest in dining fare, Mr Putignano regularly travels to Europe to personally select wines for his table. Now his wine list offers the best selection in the city.