My colleagues wanted to impress me during my first evening while in the Detroit area and brought me for dinner at this impressive restaurant in the Ann Arbor Village. The genre was classic, with a busy bar and a warm and friendly decor. The receptionists and young servers were very professional, attentive and were actually the best part of the restaurant, The steaks and sides were above average, but not exceptional. The Caesar salad was only average and I was disappointed by the short pours on the Vodka Martinis. Restaurants should not worry so much about how much money they can squeeze out of the customers on their bar tab, but should be generous knowing that most customers will notice the difference and usually compensate by promoting the restaurant and being equally generous with gratuity. This is a very good restaurant, but falls short of a great restaurant. Although the service was excellent, the food and beverage department needs some help to compete with many other five-star Steak houses in the greater U.S. that we’ve experienced.
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