Let me justify by saying I've worked in food service for over 8 years, everything from burger joints to middle class dining. I love to cook and try just about every food I ever have the chance to. The food was not inedible, but for the price and hype I had for this place it was definitely not worth it. I may have made the mistake with ordering the ribeye, but I was hungry and wanted something over 10oz. The bread wasn't anything to write home about, the filet mignon was reported as good by others, the sweet potato casserole was the best, and the rest was par. The service at this price point should be nearly flawless, instead it was pretty slow and we had about 10 different staff visit our party of 6. It took about 7 staff members to just bring out the food....in random order....at random times. I ordered my steak Oscar style and got my asparagus and crab cake topped with a bearnaise on the side well after my steak. They cooked the steaks properly which was great. The concept here is simple: the meat is the star and is to be seared to perfection and lightly seasoned. i.e. salt and pepper and butter. The butter ends up imparting a burnt flavor due to the hot plates the steaks are served on. Not sure if they didn't use clarified butter or what.
All in all I was mildly disappointed as I had pretty high hopes for the price and namesake. I would never pick this restaurant again as I know too many places with significantly better food. Expect to drop between $60-$100+ per person depending on what you order and drinks etc. Then expect to get a mediocre cut of meat and some decent sides. I'd rather go to Texas roadhouse or Luckys!
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