In mid-February 2013 this restaurant opened in the Montrose area of Houston, Texas near downtown. All the P.R. published about it focused on it being a "Mexican" steakhouse, whatever that is, and how expensive it is. For a month or so following the opening securing a dinner reservation was a "privilege" it seemed when you called for one. No more. Based on one and only one [ever] visit the meat is delicious. Alternatively, a number of New York City steak restaurants, after years and years and years of steak dining experiences, are superior to any of the many steak restaurants in Houston, Texas. But for Houston, Texas the highly rated quality of their meat is deserved. But after that it's all downhill. So downhill that if you want to brag to friends about having dined at this expensive "Mexican" steak restaurant in Houston, Texas ya' oughta' hurry because this place ain't no long distance runner. Service "C". Atmosphere "C-". Getting a drink order right a "D" [generous] . This is a beer and wine place. As exclusive or elegant a place to dress up and dine it would seem, it ain't. Customers are attired no differently than one would see at a Texas Bar-B-Que place with two-meat dinners for $12.50. So don't worry about "oh my...what should I wear ?". Atmospheric lighting "D-". As a matter a fact if you have eyes sensitive to bright lights think about having been somewhere that the electricity has failed and the emergency lights come on....that's the "look" of the lighting. In summary at a Mexican restaurant where the place runs out of flour tortillas, and instead serves cold corn tortillas stuck together, and/or ordinary pop-n-dough dinner rolls that's a Saturday night dinner at the house of the horse.