Visited on a Saturday night with friends. Firstly, this is a difficult place to find even though it's on a main road. From the outside it looks like a bunker or warehouse and the parking lot next to it has a number of potholes so beware! On the inside it can feel claustrophobic due to there being no windows which I found strange for an upscale establishment (reminds me of La Stanza in old Englewood - similar external appearance which belies the interior). The bar area takes up only a small area and feels cramped. And another strange thing - we were told the second of the two for one Happy Hour drinks would be served just before we went to our table and I couldn't work that one out i.e. what if we'd wanted more drinks?
Once seated at our table the first problem was deciding on the wine and personally I thought the list was not extensive enough. Also surprised there was no Merlot on offer. The house white (Chardonnay) was better than expected (which I had at happy hour) but wanted a red with my meal. The Pinot Noir was not to my liking and I don't drink Cabernet, which really only left one of the Malbec options as preference. However, thinking about it later perhaps the waitress thought we wanted by the glass but we would have been happy to have a bottle (only certain wines are offered by the glass).
The bread was really good and we had to control ourselves not too eat too much! All ordered steak (three NY strip/one filet) which were cooked as ordered. Overall we were happy with the quality and presentation of the meals.
Table service throughout was excellent and the restaurant was practically full and so guess that's indicative of it's popularity. Pleasure to see most patrons dressed appropriately and not wearing shorts/beachwear type outfits.
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