If you're looking for a quiet dinner, go elsewhere; but if you're looking for a great meal, and a fun atmosphere, this is the place. We were there 2 nights ago for a family celebration, and Firestone truly impressed. There was 10 of us, and from appetizers to mains to desserts, everyone was very pleased with their choices. As it was my parents 65th Wedding Anniversary, budget was certainly not the first factor taken into consideration. Even so, the food portion of our bill, even with tax, was about $450, and for 10 people and the meals we had, was very fair.
The Starters/Appetizers menu is fairly diverse, with people at our table ordering everything from sushi to wild mushroom soup, and all were very good. Main courses were exceptional. I had the braised short rib, and it was fork tender, in a rich sauce that was ample evidence of a long, slow braise. Several people had steaks, all were very good, and they are served with crispy potato rolls, mashed potatoes mixed with "loaded potato fixings" rolled in a crisp spring roll wrapper. Two members of our party had the prime rib, and it was huge and very good. The Salmon "Osso Buco" was a nice entrée. Salmon filet, filled with crabmeat, wrapped around a scallop, over a bed of shrimp.
The Dessert Menu is not extensive, but anything we tried was good. A "hit" was "Them Donuts" a large portion of a nice cakey donut holes, powdered with icing sugar, with 3 dipping sauces; raspberry coulis, Bavarian crème rum sauce, and chocolate sauce.
If you want to splurge a little, this is a really good place to feel like you've gotten your money's worth out of it.