The waiter was chatty and friendly, and pushed that night's special--a bone in ribeye, which I ordered. It was a delight...sliced off the bone and nicely presented, and a salty, fatty feast. When we received the bill for $230 for two (two apps, two drinks, two main courses), and the heretofore chatty waiter failed to bring the detailed bill, I knew it was trouble. Sure enough, when he slipped by and dropped the detailed bill on the table without a glance, the "ribeye" was a porterhouse....with a $130 tab. My bad for not asking the price for the special. His bad for not knowing the difference between a porterhouse and a ribeye. And Triniti's bad for charging such an outrageous sum. When the manager was summoned, she offered a tepid excuse. When I wrote the owner a day later, his excuse was even more tepid, "we'll make it up to you next time."
Which there will never be.
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