Crown Grill was good, but we had hoped for great. 3 of us, whom the hostess initially seated at a high-top table adjacent to the bar. Small table top, and not much room for more than our glassware. After requesting a move to a larger table, we were seated at a booth. After a round of cocktails, we ordered the crabcake and empanadas as appetizers to share, which were delicious. Then our entrees: filet with a request of green beans (vs the asparagus), the sirloin special cooked medium, and the ahi tuna (requested very rare). Filet was good, but with asparagus (ugh), sirloin special tender, but tuna came out well done/cooked through. Waiter quickly took it away and returned a few mins later with rare tuna as originally ordered, which was delicious. Followed with after dinner drink and flour less choc cake, huge piece of cheesecake, and Cyrene brûlée. Somewhat noisy ambiance (expected for 8pm Saturday evening). Bill came to $200 before tip. Again, a good experience, a little pricey, but missed the mark on a couple of fronts on this visit.
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