Four couples got together Saturday night for a post valentines dinner. All of us are somewhat local as we all live 30 to 40 miles from the Dells, so we eat in the Dells often. Reservations were made over the internet and had to be change twice with no problems. It was the first time for three couples and one couple had eaten there before. Valet parking was free and a nice touch as parking can be a problem at a resort as big as Kalahari. We were warmly met at the door by Adam and our coats were taken and coat checks given. The atmosphere as you walk in was very warm and inviting. The fire places add a nice touch people were sitting around them having a drink. Because of snowy roads we arrived right at our reservation time, Adam said they would hold our table if we wanted a drink in the lounge before being seated, we thanked him and said we would order at the table. Brandon our waiter was right there explaining the drink and wine menu. They had a merlot feature wine that night that he told us about. I am always leery of "feature wine" as many times it is a sales promotion with a prize for the wait staff who sells the most bottles. That did not appear to be the case as the price quoted was $15 less than the printed wine menu price. The drinks and wine was ordered and arrived in a reasonable time(approximately 8-10 minutes) considering the restaurant was quite busy, I expected a longer wait. Around this time, the manager Tim stopped by our table to welcome us and asked how everything was going. Brandon then brought out a table of plastic coated samples of the various entrees and explained where the meat came from and how it was dry aged. As no one wanted an appetizer, Brandon took our order. It should be noted that everything is a la carte. Sides were $8 each or 3 for $20. The sides were big and meant to be shared by the table. Soups and salads were delivered and again the salads were huge and fresh. Around this time, Tim stopped by our table a second time to chat and again welcome us. As soon as the salads were cleared the main courses and sides were delivered. The four filets were all done as ordered with proper crust/char on the outside and a warm pink center. The steaks were tender and flavorful. The sea bass was cooked correctly and was flaky tender. Both Time and Brandon stopped by the table numerous times to make sure everything was as ordered. Being somewhat local the eight of us either together or separately have eaten at all the Dells steak houses. This is as good as any of them and better than most. Not cheap, but not expensive either. The bill came out to $160 per couple including tip. But that included two bottles of wine, four cocktails, three glasses of a different wine and two glasses of Coke. I actually expected the bill to be higher. As we were leaving both Tim and Adam thanked us for coming and invited us to come back again. Atmosphere A+, Staff professionalism A+, Attention to detail A+, over all experience A+. I would rate Double Cut as one of our top three choices to eat in the Dells and will be back.