As previous reviewers have noted, the transformation from Casey's is dramatic. We've been there twice, both times crowded, and finally decided that the place couldn't really decide what it was; a chophouse, or a sports bar with decent food. We had some variant of a steak both times, and the meat was excellent, and cooked as specified. The sides and condiments were fine, as was the service. The only real problem was the noise level. The basic design is a central sports bar and high-tops, with additional side rooms for dining. Modern restaurant design seems to promote crowd noise, and the sports bar design accentuates it. I suppose if my wife and I had been on a first date, it would be great: I'd have practically been nuzzling her neck to hear a word she said. If we were having a huge argument, it would have been great, too; at a normal distance from her, I couldn't hear a word she said. However, for us normal conversation was impossible. So I suppose we'll go back, but it will be maybe in the middle of a snowstorm on Tuesday, when there won't be so much of a mob scene. I suppose, in a way, this is a complement, but the evening would not be a good time to go if you're discussing business.
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