Restaurant: Clean, Sports Bar with a fine dining appeal
Menu: Creative dishes
Levels: 3 (main, upper and lower)
Scene: Bar/Restaurant with TV's at the Bar and in the restaurant booths (they can change the channel if you ask them)
Specials: Yes. Lunch/ Sports/ Happy Hour (Rail/Beer/Appetizers)
Party: Two adults and an 11 year old
(Footnote: If it's game day and you sit near the bar... be prepared for some shouting or clapps)
Ordered: Balboa (shaved prime rib, mozzarella, toasted garlic bread, au jus)
Fries: lightly batter
Portion: Hearty sandwich
Ordered: Pecan Crusted Rockfish (vanilla vodka cream, sweet potato mash, green beans) *Ordered the Pecan crust and the vanilla vodka cream on the side
Taste: Delicious, sweet potato was like a puree, delightful and the green beans complemented the dish; however, the green beans little heavy on the olive oil.
Rockfish: is not the whole fish, but a thick long fillet.
Portion: Enough for one person and some sample tasting for another person at your table
*Pecan crust was mixed with a white paste (possibly cream cheese?) was sweet and could eat alone (its for the fish) and the vanilla vodka cream was good.
Ordered: House Salad (Mixed Greens field greens, roma tomatoes, cucumber, red onion, croutons)
Dressing: loww calorie zinfandel vinaigrette (wonderful) not oily, asiago peppercorn (okay, real thick(first time trying it))
Ordered: Crab Cake Sliders jumbo lump crab, remoulade, apple slaw, potato rolls
Portion: 3 sliders with alot of meat (no fillers)
Taste: Delicious, not fishy (crabby)
Disliked: apple slaw (neat name, but not what I ate LOL)
I will go back to taste the rest of the menu. I hope you enjoyed the review and happy eats!
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