We visited on my birthday. We were not very hungry, having had a huge lunch, but wanted to experience what Craftsteak had to offer. We split the four-course meal. Even though the staff would not be getting the full two meals out of us, and thus not as big a tip, they treated us like big spenders. They served the carrot soup in two bowls. They carefully placed the short-rib ravioli between us. The steak was carved for easier sharing (something they do for everyone). We ordered a side of potato gnocci,then split the dessert that came with the four-course meal (donuts with creme fraiche and cranberry compote). Our entire meal with two soft drinks came to less than most of the single entrees on the menu, but no one treated us like we were on a budget plan.
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