Came here for a birthday dinner, as I was enticed by the mac 'n cheese that had been raved about. Ordered a rib-eye and the aforementioned macaroni, girlfriend ordered the French dip sandwich. We decided to abstain from an appetizer to save room for the volume of food expected - this was a good idea. The place seemed incredibly busy and it seemed like most of the servers were pretty frazzled, but service was still good. The only complaint I had was really about the food: I asked for my steak medium well and got it extremely rare. Not a problem for me as I happen to enjoy a rare steak, so I didn't send it back or complain, but it was a pretty significant temperature difference than what I'd asked for. Can't win every fight though. The rest of the meal was great - my girlfriend's sandwich was phenomenal, sides were great, and the mac 'n cheese was very good. I wouldn't call it the best I've ever had - unfortunately I haven't found a restaurant that could accomplish such a feat yet - but it was definitely worth trying. If you're in the mood for typical steakhouse fare, with the choice of outdoor seating in the midst of Church St (good for people watching), this place is definitely worth it.
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