This is the sort of place where big men in business attire seek out great steaks, and are willing to pay top dollar. It is traditional American fine dining, with the required somewhat stiff but professional service, and very traditional formal decor. I had boudin appetizer with crawfish and the smallest steak on the menu, in spite of which it was more food than I could eat. The steak was however outstanding. Next time I might avoid the giant baked potato, which didnt offer much except lots of starch piled with butter and sour cream, and try one of the other options.
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