Here's the thing about expense accounts: They are meant to allow you to entertain, and at Eddie V's in West Ave, from the moment you step in the doors, it's like entering a world where money is no object, where the whole point of being there is to wine and dine. Guests and colleagues will want to start their indulgences at the lively bar area before proceeding to the warm and understated, elegant dining room. Once you're seated and a bottle of wine has been ordered, begin with a slew of appetizers: a decadent shellfish tower of Maine lobster, shrimp, oysters and lump crab; the Maine lobster tacos; the truffled steak tartare; and the hand-formed, panko-crusted jumbo lump crab cake. For the entrée, the seafood is just as enticing as the steak, with dishes like the Hong Kong-style steamed Chilean sea bass in light soy broth or an off-menu premium Black Angus tomahawk bone-in rib eye. Accompaniments like the truffled mac and cheese or the lobster fried rice are also a must before the meal winds down with dessert or a glass of port. Any experience at Eddie V's is worth it, but when it's on your expense account, the enjoyment of it is all that much sweeter.