My husband and I dined at Jeffrey's last Friday night while in town for a half marathon. We wanted to eat early because of the race the following day so we went at opening bell. It was the first day their patio was open for the season and we jumped all over that idea. It's a wonderful patio in the just shady enough sun. We ordered a bottle of local wine from Castle Creek Winery. It was a bold red blend that we both really liked. I ordered the filet and hubby ordered a NY. It was our first experience with wagyu beef and we could certainly tell the difference. We shared a huge loaded baked potato. I had a house salad with house-made 1000 Island dressing. Hubby had a spinach salad with tomatoes and a hot dressing. His salad was to die for. Our server was Rae Lyn. She was very good at her job and friendly too. Every employee there worked together effortlessly to meet our every need. No room for desert.
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