We went on a Sunday evening for the prime rib and were very pleased. The dress implies business casual but we saw most people were casual. You could not ask for better service at any restaurant in the area. The front desk was very kind, our server was excellent and all other employees were helpful. The gentleman that seated us checked in to see how were doing and chatted with us to make sure we were treated properly. Nice touch.
Now the food. The bread arrives with two homemade butters and both are killer. Parmesan was very good but the champagne was over the top great. The caesar salad was mediocre with chopped romaine, few croutons and very little dressing. Art and Soul and Morton's are superior but this was the only bad part of the meal. The prime rib was cooked as asked and was very tender. We were told it was roasted for 12 hours and you could taste the love that went into that piece of beef. Their house potatoes are grand as they have cream, cheese and jalapenos baked in. The portion is huge and very tasty. The half fries and onion rings consist of the largest serving of anything I have ever seen! Large, thick onions and shoestring potatoes that are piled high and will please a family of 4. No kidding! For dessert an excellent creme bruelet and berries with cream. An excellent meal and a very pleasant dining experience. They only serve the prime rib on Sundays and it comes with a side and dessert for $38. A good deal and a good place. We'll return again.
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