What a beautiful facility and an interesting menu with several elk and bison additions to usual steakhouse items. I had a strip steak, cooked just as I requested, with a caesar salad and creme brulee. The steak was tasty, just a little under seasoned, and had good sides of garlic mashed potatoes and roasted mushrooms -- a nice touch. Service at the bar was outstanding. Now, the little things. The loaf of warm bread, a welcomed feature, was somewhat stale and had little flavor. The caesar salad was above average but had a few bits of lettuce with brown edges, and the dressing was a little on the bland side -- mitigated by the wedges of lemon. The texture of the steak was a little mushy suggesting it was previously frozen. The mushrooms had a strong flavor of "a jus" from a can or concentrate. For me, wine is an important part of fine dining. Clearly no one at the Gun Barrel feels the same way. The wine list is minimal with no thoughtful selections; and the wine glasses should be thrown away. They are unacceptable to anyone who enjoys fine wine. This could be a really good restaurant if they would just fix the little things.