Overall let me just say I liked this place. I took my family of four to dinner just after Christmas. Nice little crowd. They don't have a children's menu, but they made my kids some quesadillas for $3 each and I will take that deal every day. My wife and I split a big ribeye special (20 oz) of the night for $50. It came with pesto mashed potatoes and some greens. Ribeye was cooked correctly and tasted good. The pesto mashed potatoes were excellent with a lot of pesto and the greens were ok. Now the Not So Good. I ordered an ice tea. They brought me a gensing and honey tea. I was like, "Do you have regular black tea?" They told me they didn't. I understand wanting to serve you own version of something, but how can you not carry a drink that literally millions of Americans drink every day with every meal? I was pretty disappointed in that. The atmosphere was good for a dinner meal. I would describe it as dark woods dominating the walls and furniture with the lights dimmed in the background, but enough light at the table for ordering. Service was ok, but nothing memorable.
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