We enjoyed the chop house experience at this restaurant. We tend to frequent these kinds of restaurants and this one was consistent with what you would expect at this venue. Excellent quality food - the bone-in ribeye and prime rib were awesome - and the wine selection was very good. Service was courteous and knowledgeable. I know from other reviews that some consider the pacing of the meal slow, but I enjoy the deliberate pacing of a good 5-course meal so didn't mind at all. Pretty typical of others I have been at. The atmosphere was a little loud, but not unduly so. It didn't bother us, but would if I had wanted a more intimate meal. Overall, a place I would visit again if in the same area. By the way, for appetizers the smoked salmon was only OK but for sides the brussel sprouts were great. Pricing typical of chop houses in general - don't go if you aren't ready to drop some silver. Since we were there in December, nice view of the ice skating rink right outside.
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