First, I must mention that we visited on a very busy night at a peak time. The restaurant has a very nice atmosphere but there was NOWHERE to stand while we waited for your table. Huge bummer as we went a few minutes early to have a drink, but that wasn't possible. It was a nightmare moving from place to place to avoid the servers (who were all super polite) bustling around while we tried not to hover over people while they ate their dinner. We started with the lobster bisque-- I couldn't eat it as it was way too buttery/heavy. I had the filet, friend had the strip. Mine tasted like fish. We politely mentioned it to our server who responded that it's probably because it's "grass-fed beef." We asked if perhaps it was grilled next to some fish and she said no. I don't know what to say other than that my filet tasted like fish. She was very nice and we didn't ask for any compensation and weren't offered any either. My martini was perfect, however. There are really good steak restaurants in the Twin Cities, this isn't one of them.
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