I'm in Austin attending a conference at the Four Seasons and asked for a steak house within walking distance. As a solo diner, I wanted something nice and comfortable. I ordered the wedge salad, a 6 oz filet and the au gratin potatoes. My server, Billy, was very attentive, spoke with me and made me feel welcome. The GM also came by and spoke with me and we discussed the restaurant and others on the map I was studying. My meal was very good, but not fantastic. My wedge was sufficiently large and flavorful. My steak was ordered medium and arrived medium well to well, but I didn't send it back because it was very flavorful and tender. Still, I would have liked it cooked as ordered. I didn't really want to wait. The potatoes were a little undercooked, and ok. The portion was huge (they are sides and could easily serve 2-3 people. The wine I ordered was an Italian Pinot Grigio and very nice. The place is just dark enough to feel cozy and the decor is not what you would expect from a sports figure - there are beads hanging from a very tall ceiling in a curved shape - I wanted to flick them, so when I asked the waiter if they were fixed or moving, he went over and gently flicked them for me, so I could see for myself! The music is jazzy, but gentle and not too loud. I found it very pleasant. I can't compare it to other local steak houses, but I think it's worth a look.
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