Enjoyed dinner this past Saturday. We were able to secure an 8pm dinner reservation for a large party earlier that day. The venue is on a corner of a little town, off the beaten track. The space is beautifully and tastefully decorated. It was a bit loud inside and hard to hear others speaking at my table as well as the server. The wine from the list was not available so a substitute was made. I tasted the shrimp and grits and an oyster appetizer. They were the best part of my meal. I ordered the filet. For a 35-40$ steak, I expect it to melt under my knife. It did not. Our table shared the fries and spinach al la cart. The spinach lacked flavor and while the fries were seasoned well, I think a better effort could have been made to offer a more refined side dish.
The pumpkin cheesecake was good but one that left me wanting more. We ordered espresso and were told that the machine wasn't working. We were the last table to leave and it struck me odd that this was all of a sudden the machine was "broken". Our bill was well over 400$.
Is it a nice steakhouse? Yes. Is it better than Lewnes or Ruth Chris? No.
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