Recently I attended a conference and I ended up here for dinner in search of a genuine Texas steak. Upon recommendation of the hotel, we gave it a try. The decor was lovely, beige booths and subtle pieces of art work. We were early, so it wasn't crowded. The menu is a la carte, so plan accordingly. I ordered the filet, which at $34 was the cheapest steak on the menu. I also ordered cream corn, which was an interesting side. My water had a thin slice of cucumber, which gave the water a surprisingly wonderful flavor. The server came and told me that there had been a mishap in the kitchen, and there was no cream corn. She replaced it with a baked potato and a side of sautéed spinach for no charge, which was nice. The baked potato was standard fair and the spinach was flavorful. The steak was cooked perfectly and had a great taste. The server wasn't super attentive, but knowledgeable. I also had their donuts, served with ice cream and chocolate sauce. They were a disappointment, especially after beignets in New Orleans. Overall a delicious relaxing dinner, but overpriced in my opinion.
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