This restaurant is very pretty and nicely decorated. It is a little hidden away. It says it has a view of the Potomac River, but only really as you are walking into the restaurant. The food is not that spectacular. The performance was ok but not engaging. The cook doesn't try to pop the food up for the diner to catch it in their mouth or anything. It is about $5 more per plate than another chop house in Arlington and Arlington is better. The food was good quality and fresh but nothing to write home about.
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