On a Friday night at 7:30, the restaurant was nearly empty. This made us nervous, but we still proceeded. They looked like they were dying down for the night and getting ready to head out, but it was still so early.
Service: Nice. Friendly. The servers use tablets to place orders so it's very quick. My husband ordered a Maker's Mark neat -- our server brought him a shot of whiskey. Must not be common there?
Food: Bread before the meal was a tasty ciabatta loaf. Mixed green salad was fresh, cold, and not drenched. Prime Rib was tender, juicy, and fatty - just as you'd expect. Lobster mashed potatoes were excellent. Whole meal plus tip and a glass of wine came out to be around $100.
Ambiance: Very dark. Old looking. Interesting atmosphere for a place called Beef Baron with bull horns on the outside. It doesn't seem to fit.
I probably would not return to the restaurant because there are so many options. However, it was not BAD.
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