Really enjoyed our dinner here tonight. The filet mignon was cooked perfectly, tender and not dry. However, it was a little heavy on the seasoning. Don't know why so many restaurants do that so be sure to tell them to go light on it. When you order one of the premium wines, they give you a real glass full for which you would pay extra at many restaurants. Was pleasantly surprised when we got the bill; less than I would pay at a Longhorn or Logans.
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