Nice but not as special as evening meals I've had here.
I guess it stands to reason, most folks who come for lunch are looking for an "in-and-out" experience. We were not in the usual rush, but the service was quick and we were done in little more than an hour.
Food was very good, although I didn't enjoy one of their great steaks this time, the prime rib sandwich (french dip) was excellent and the portion more than generous.
The soup of the day was a tomato bisque - also very nice.
One downside that first time visitors should know about is the very (very, very, very) limited parking. This isn't a "everyone bring your own car" sort of place. You'll be lucky to find space for one.
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