The atmosphere is great - inside and out. The food selection was quite varied and dishes are well prepared and nicely presented. The men had tenderloins, which I usually don't eat out because I can make a great steak at home. However, this one was finished with cocoa sauce. It was fabulous. The prime rib was still "running" and the sword fish was better than what we had a week ago in a well-known fish place in Seattle. In short, the food was great. Of note, the wine cost us $10.00 a bottle and it was very good so we had two. Now that's value! The service was a little slow but they were very busy.
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