Choice of one appetizer; then one of three salads; followed by one of three entrees and desserts.
Price for two before tip or drinks: about $85. Modern, smart interior. Quite pleasant for an otherwise hangar type building.
But what of the food? Firstly, the coconut shrimps, all 5 of them, were tasty as was the piquant dip for them. Two different salads: the caesar was so, so typical festooned with reddish bacon bits and no real anchovy--but what's new?! Mine was more interesting, hot house tomatoes on sweet onions, with generous bits of blue cheese on top, and dressed with a raspberry vinaigrette (the only thing not made in-house, we were told). Of the choice of ribs, salmon--planked I think--or prime rib, we both opted for prime rib which was served as rare as the house makes it! Accompanied by a solitary baked potato, but what a potato. Stuffed with sour cream and butter , topped with many cheddar cheese strips. Pretty good. Oh and a sour cream horseradish mix that the manager kindly replaced with very fresh and hot, horseradish. Too bad the prime rib was short on marbling and consequently a trifle on the dry side. Then double chocolate brownie which was so large we took the second one home. Tasty too.
Guess the final comment might be t hat we gave a gift certificate (that had been given to us) for the same meal for two away to someone who probably would find $100 for such a meal out, a little steep. But it was a pleasant meal out for us and the manager was truly attentive and a pleasant chap to boot.
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