$436 bill for 3- with shared dessert and no wine. I don't know how that happened, but believe me, never again. No steak was worth that much and my husband didn't even like the wagyu he had, which was almost charred on the outside but the medium he ordered on the inside. They told us that is how it is made. The bread was great, the ambience wonderful, and service was terrific. I looked at the large window to see the aging meat, which was interesting. The interior is very nice and chic elegant. However, we would prefer our other pricey haunt Morton's to this. My hubby even enjoys the Keg more for the price point and what you get.Never went back and warned my coworkers about the price.
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