FIrst let me say I do eat steak only rarely, but I choose to go to this restaurant for some low light dining and conversation/private atmosphere. The sports memorabilia is refined and club like.
The "sunset specials" from 5-6 are good because they are smaller portions and their is a salad and lesser price for this entree.
However, one pretty much needs to make a reservation or telephone ahead as it is a popular place for some Stanford types, professors, etc.
The maitre'd can be off putting as they are usually young women who have no grace about them, but if you can get past that it is worth it to have a little dinner at the bar, if the restaurant is crowded.
Our family used to dine here with our Stanford Professor family friends and so it has warm memories for us. The low light inspires deeper conversations, and the they do know how to make a Manhattan, etc.
Even though I usually order the salmon and Ceasar salad, the other people I dine with have the Prime Rib and Steaks they they think it very good. The portions are good sized and there are usually leftovers (at least 1/2 of your baked potato and some of your entree will be too much for the average eater) .
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