My girlfriend wanted a good steak. I thought Gene and Georgetti's or Chicago Chop house (both great options), but decided to try somewhere different. My GF also wanted oysters. We were not disappointed. We started with an excellent Old Fashion (mine had rye and my GF had sherry). Then Oysters, both East Coast and West Coast paired with a French Chardonnay. Dinner was a 10 oz 28 day wet aged filet mignon with a shared baked potato and Brussel Sprouts. The steak was excellent. We paired with a Napa Red Zin and Merlot. Bravo to Bavette's for their Boeuf (beef in French). The decor was nice but a bit dark. Service excellent! It is a little hard to find with no obvious sign when viewing from the street. The entrance is just a glass door that looks into a brick wall. No windows or tables visible.
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