It's tough to review this restaurant. From the main entrance, it is beautiful.....three open stories...nice decor....with an elevator for those who need it; BUT, the gal who greeted us at 4:00 pm, had short shorts on with little sneakers...certainly not who you expect to greet you in what appears to bel a bit upscale. It really was not. It's located on the river which you can see from the banquette seating (limited,) and those tables near the west windows. My friend ordered a Brandy Alexander which came with a cherry on top. She complained and asked our server for another prepared correctly....no cherry, which she said made it sweet. Three of us had the Lobster Bisque. DON'T order it. It was terrible. We had to ask for bread, but as we were the first in the restaurant that evening, we understood it was still in the oven, and when it came to our table, we absolutely loved it... served with butter and the most delicious dipping olive oil. Fantastic! The $16.99 10 oz. prime rib, on the regular menu, was served with one side. They should have at least offered one vegetable and a potato/rice. I asked for the end cut which was seasoned well and very tender. All three who ordered the prime rib liked it. The mashed garlic/onion potatoes I could have done without. We had to ask for water refills, and I think our server should have kept a better eye on our table, especially as there were only two other tables with patrons. The two others at our table had one of the early dinner specials of Sirloin Steak ($9.95.) One came out cooked medium well instead of medium rare. However, they said that they were good. Overall, I don't think I would go back again, and I don't think most of my friends would either. It's just not that kind of place where you look forward to going again.
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