We had the prime rib (14oz for $33) and the filet (8oz for $34): good but not extraordinary, and way overpriced; and the $25 8oz. NY trip was only half an inch thick. A good steakhouse like Berns of Tampa knows to explain to customers that they use thick cuts that need to be split between two people. Sides, bread, salad, espresso, house wine, and desert choices were average at best. The garlic mashed potatoes were from dehydrated potatoes; did not have the flavor and consistency that you get from fresh potatoes. So, 3 stars for overall quality, could go 4 stars for the prime rib and the filet. Overall 2 stars because of price and physical plant. Service was OK.
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