My husband and I went here for our first anniversary. It's in a residental neighborhood/business park, and a fairly upscale area, so we were surprised that at 8pm on a Saturday night they were basically dead. We heard the owner say the economy is really hurting their business. I'd say there were only four or five other parties seated. The service was excellent, though three different waiters/waitresses waited on us throughout the night.
My husband had crab and artichoke dip as his appetizer. He said he couldn't taste the crab at all, and the few bites of crab he got didn't taste fresh. His meal was a med rare ribeye and broccoli. My husband is a professional meat cutter, so he knows his steak. He said it was cut and cooked very well, and he thought they probably cut their own steaks on site as ordered, but we didn't ask if that's the case. He had cheesecake w/ chocolate and kaluha sauce, which was pretty good, but the sauce tasted like Hershey's syrup.
I ordered the Caesar salad, which was fine, nothing special. For dinner I had a smaller ribeye (med well), which was very good, and mashed potatoes, which were luke warm. I ate a few bites, but left the rest to bring home. My dessert was creme brule, which was quite good.
Overall we probably would check out other local steak houses before returning.
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