A colleague and I enjoyed the Canyon on a Saturday evening -- a nice crowd of people were enjoying the Final Four playoffs at the bar. We sat in the restaurant side. The restaurant has a nice atmosphere -- not too loud so it was easy to talk, and the tables weren't close to other tables. This isn't a white tablecloth restaurant, so if fancy is what you are looking for, not here. But it is still a higher-end place. The service was wonderful -- not obtrusive but always hovering if needed. Food was served at a leisurely pace so that we could enjoy our appetizers and some wine, then entree, then dessert without feeling rushed. Food: both of us could have eaten another bowl of the fried brussel sprouts -- lemon aioli enhanced the flavor, and the "fried" didn't taste fried - more crunchy outside with tender inside. Fabulous flavor. The crab spring rolls were okay. The filet mignon was a perfect piece of meat, and perfectly cooked at medium rare. Like butter. The filet mignon chili rellenno was okay. The bananas foster bread pudding was tasty but was more chewy on the crust than I liked -- I like to be able to use only a fork with break pudding, but I needed a knife. My dinner partner had the carrot cake and she said it was yummy. The restaurant is in a nice shopping strip, and no, that is not an oxymoron. I would go again.