I eat at this location about every 3 months and it seems to be getting more and more average. The steaks are not prime by any means.Perhaps the economy has affected their quality. The service is wonderful. The wine by the glass selection is large and they do a nice happy hour in the bar. The house salad was good for $8.95. I ordered the house special, the porcini rubbed filet, 8 oz which came with 3 asparagus spears and gorgonzola sauce for $40 which was the real disappointment, lacked any kind of flavor and was so thin. It was supposed to be a center cut filet but was not, only about 1/4 inch thick. I had to ask for additional sauce and added much salt/pepper. The location, service, happy hour and wine list are nice but the steak was not up to par.
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