The restaurant is in an historic building formerly owned by Wyatt Earp. There’s a beautiful antique bar as you enter the restaurant. The murals on the walls of the main dining room honor San Diegans who made significant contributions to the city. However, the overall décor in the dining room seemed tired and unfinished. We were there during prime time and many of the tables were empty. The overall atmosphere was flat and unexciting.
The service was attentive and friendly. We had the filet and NY strip steaks and we were very satisfied. Both steaks were cooked to order, tender and very flavorful. The accompanying side items were also good. The prices were in line with other steak houses in the gas lamp district.
While we enjoyed our meals, there was nothing to make this restaurant stand out. We definitely will not return.