this restaruant is one of the newer guys in town and has gotten a lot of interest. It is a makeover of an old restaurant and int terms of uncofortable seating, it has remained the same. the food is just average and does not suit the very inflated prices. the waiter tried to tell me that the prime rib is boneless becasue the chef uses the bones for the baked marrow appetizer. and of course, rib bones are not the bones used for baked marrow. my hangar steak was ok but they put it on a sizzle pan and you could see that the pan wasnt sizzling (not even hot) and the steak probably not cooked on this pan. It was accompanied by many to many whole mexican/spanish green onions that were difficult to either pick up or cut. the special pasta of the day didnt look any too special and the wedge salad didnt have enough dressing for my husband and alsmost had to argue with the wait staff who kept trying to tell him where the dressing was on the plate when it was actually quite missing. the best thing was the glass of cabernet i had. for a house wine it was wonderful. the desserts are not to my taste no mater what the variation of smores or other supposed favorites and that is all you could taste in the two desserts ordered was sugar on top of sugar and marshmallows or marshmallow cream. the best thing about the restaurant is the musicians who play in the very small lounge but you cant hear them if you are in the dining room. For the prices they charge, I will go elsewhere there are a lot better restauants in the area.
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