I still remember when the "menu" consisted of three items. You could get the 16 oz. steak sandwich with salad and a can of San Pellegrino Limonata, and still get change from a $20. There was no wine list. Or wine. We'd stand in line at lunchtime to grab their excellent half-pound burger, which was only marginally pricier than the inferior fast food chains alternative.
Not anymore. While I don't begrudge their success, the place turned from a butcher with a skillet into yet another grill restaurant. It's a decent grill, but there are many others just like it in the area. Their unique concept gave way to mediocrity, and their can-do replaced by me-too. If you're ready to shell out $28 for a 10 oz. striploin, there are nicer places around.
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