What they don't tell you: every woman gets a rose before being seated which goes on the table in a vase (they wrap it for you to take home so it doesn't drip on you), the waiters are on your side (not trying to sell the most expensive thing on the menu), the drinks are half price compared to the Strip restaurants, the location is incredible---walk right outside to the pedestrian only Freemont Street see the world's largest screen which lights up on the 1/2 hour, the food is outstanding and a full meal is served with every entree (you won't have room for that appetizer you might crave--save it for another time!) To top it off, it's a bargain for fantastically prepared food. You won't get a better meal in Vegas...that will fill you up! The decor is a throw back in time but totally comfortable---not in the least bit divey. Our most memorable dining experience in Las Vegas.