We went on a Thursday for a early dinner. The bar area was quite large, but we bypassed to hit dining room. Nice, white table clothed set-up. Piped in sounds from live piano player in bar. Pretty attentive staff. However, it was obvious that our waitress was not knowledgeable of drinks or wines, which is a bit of an immediate fail. Soon enough she admitted that, which was good. She wanted to make accommodations, but we were fine. I sure she would have asked someone else to help us. Bread tasted amazing. Seems to be made in-house. Pre-meal martinis were excellent! Wine selection was vast. That night they had maybe 6 non-menu specials. We went with two of the, bone in rib-eye and baseball cut steak, which was a sirloin cut in some creative manner. Steaks, sides, etc. were all up to par for such a pricey place. Will go again. They do hit the decor marks.
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