Overpriced. For the cuts of meat you get, this place is overpriced. I guess they can get away with their prices and stuffiness because they are at The Summit. I think you can get just as good a steak at Longhorn down the street. Also don't like having to pay for sides and salad seperately.
Drink a cocktail eat an appetizer.
Drink a cocktail, eat an appetizer and then go to a good Steak Restaurant.
The appetizers here - especially the lamb chops are great, the wine and alcohol offerings are excellent - but - hmmm maybe someone at corporate should look up the definition of "legendary" - the price point they ask for should be "superb steaks" but provide only "above average" so some confusion is abound here. If they provided a "legendary steak" at a "superb" price then we would be back in business.
Also considering I live 2 minutes from the restaurant and have eaten here twice in 3 years and have eaten over 300 steaks elsewhere in the Ville that says something.
To say its a 'poor mans Ruths Chris" would be unfair as it has a nice decor but if its a steak cook off - id pay the extra at the competitor.
This place has the potential to be a definite 3 star or possible 4 star in my opinion but service, meat and value for money should be revisited and worked upon.
Editorial Review by Christy Buena. Upscale, elegant restaurant serves seafood and steaks at reasonable prices and offers a notable wine list.
Steak and Service that Are Exceptional. I enjoyed our visit in every respect. The steak was perfectly cooked and flavorful, the wine list included some special bottles that you don't often find and at prices that were quite reasonable. And the Top Hat dessert is a great topper to the evening. I was well taken-care-of by an attentive staff. Head here whenever you can.
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