Part of a group of 9 people here for a retirement dinner. Great menu selections. Everyone enjoyed the shared appetizers (a great mixer platter of much variety -- two of these platters served all 9 of us, with some left over). House Cabernet was smooth and went well with everything. I had a fillet which was properly cooked "medium" and very tender and flavorful. I would have preferred options of peppering, blue cheese, horseradish or mustard, but these weren't offered. Also, it only came with a small side of asparagus spears -- no potato, etc. Of course, other side options were available, but ranging from $4 to $12 added cost. And they don't even offer baked potato! Everyone had dessert. Two of us had chocolate mousse cake -- mine was ok (too dry for me) and the other man had only one bite (I don't know why he didn't like it, but probably the same reason).
The atmosphere was great, the service was just right, and it was suited well for a party of our size -- a couple speeches, story-telling, etc, were well accommodated at our table. The evening was a good memory for all and a tribute to the new retiree.
Overall, I would recommend it as long as you don't mind spending about $8-10 more per person than at other similar local places (e.g. Texas Land & Cattle).
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