We each had the 3 course, $49 menu with the porterhouse for two grilled Tuscan style for the entree. It was perfectly cooked, tender, and flavorful. The crime brûlée was outstanding. Accompanying vegetables were also good. Add a $40 bottle of the house Cabernet, and this was a really nice meal.
Our waiter, Jean, was a lot of fun and provided excellent service as well. We did eat fairly early on a Friday evening, and found the restaurant to be quiet and a nice respite from the Vegas hustle and bustle. We did not need reservations.
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