Recently went in after work one night. It's a great place for atmosphere. The crabcakes and tuna ahi were great. We ordered drinks and my martini was good. That's where the good stopped. Ordered the porterhouse and a glass of wine. It took about 40 minutes for the steak to arrive, so, of course, we had gone through more wine. By the time the steak arrived, we were far enough through the bottle that the bartender suggested we buy the bottle, as it would be less expensive. When we got the bill, we found out that the "house" bottle of Pinot Noir, we thought we were drinking was $60. In addition, our medium rare steak came out medium well, tough chewy, full of grizzle and 95% sirloin and 5% filet. And that was after waiting 40 minutes, remind you. I would only recommend this place as a starter for a cocktail and an appetizer. Go someplace else for dinner.
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