I was told this was a pricy restaurant. Older/wiser. Not for the hard working middle class. Internet menu for Stock Yard did not have prices. Never again will I visit a place that does not put their prices on the menu. The cheapest Entree' was Chicken and it was $39.00. My husband ordered a kobi steak nothing came with it and it was $69.00, and we both had salads. My Cesar salad was the size of Wendy's small cesar. We both had water and he had a gin and tonic that was $7.00. Everything is pretty much al la carte. I order the jumbo shrimp with mashed potatoes, it was $39.00. I asked to switch mashed potatoes with a baked potatoes. I was politely told we do not do substitutions; all the vegetable sides were $9.00. When my shrimp arrived I asked for cocktail sauce. I only had eight Shrimp to begin with, by the time I received my cocktail sauce I had three left. I was charged $2.00 for cocktail sauce. It came in a small glass container that might have been two ounces. We only tipped 15%.
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