Had interesting wine and food lunch this week with bunch of wine friends at Cooks County-my first time here. Five courses over a span of 3 hours -- paired with 9 bottles of wine, one bubbly and 8 high end CaliCabs. The courses were appropriately conceived for our wines, and with one notable exception, the food was delicious: Chicken liver crostini reminded me of my grandmother's chopped chicken livers-- rich and savory. Mexican bay scallops with smokey bacon & red wine butter was a pleasing combination-I love smokey bacon,Fennel sausage orecchiette with pecorino very tasty. Next course was a bummer-entitled grass fed beef rib eye-the meat was tougher than cactus, definitely lacking the flavor and texture of great rib eye. None of us liked it, and unfortunately management didn't seem to care-made no effort to replace the dish,or remove it from our bill. Very unclassy. The final cowgirl creamery course was nice. Summarizing--1 out 5 courses stunk. Other courses were very tasty. Service was very attentive. I vowed to try again-next time for dinner some time soon.
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