Was in town for business and ended up on my last night in El Paso. This was on a recommendation from a local and was glad our group ended up here!
Our group went on a Friday night. Parking was in an adjacent lot for $5.00. We arrived at 5:30pm and thankfully, there was not a wait. The place fills up pretty fast.
The menu is a bit hard to understand -- a few pages of sushi selections and an American classics type of menu. I went with the American side of the menu:
- grilled ribeye with bleu cheese sauce, Caesar salad (be sure to ask for anchovies!) and French fries -- $33.00
- Hawaiian Tres Leches cake (coconut, pecan and pineapple) -- $7.00
The ribeye was cooked perfectly and the bleu cheese sauce was great. The grilled onions that came with were good but overpowering after a few bites. Both the bleu cheese sauce and the onions come on the side so you can adjust depending on your tastes.
I also had a martini and got some bleu cheese olives that our very friendly waitress made at my request. Talk about service!
The only downside was the live music. Don't get me wrong, the trio that played were just excellent. It was just my mood that night - they were just a bit on the loud side. If you are up for dining outside when the live band is playing, that's probably the best unless you feel like screaming across the table to be heard. If I went on a date or was eating solo, I think it would have been OK to take in the band over drinks. But this is not subtle dining music - at least the crew that was playing that night.
Definitely 4 stars for food and service, though!
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