My wife and I have eaten at Rick Erwin's premier seafood restaurant in Greenville, Nantucket Grill, several times. But this was our 1st trip to his steak house - on a SAT night. The food was very good, and the service impeccable. However, to be a little picky, I asked the waiter to tell me about the dry aged delmonico (which I ended up ordering). He basically said it was dry aged and the chef's favorite. If you want to claim to be a high end steak house, I would have expected the waiter to tell me how many days the steak was aged, the quality of the meat (was it USDA prime?), etc. The steak was very good (it should be for $38), but I had a NY strip the next day at Longhorn's that was slightly less than half that price, and almost as good quality. We each had a glass of wine, split the special appetizer (very good), salad for wife and soup for me. She had the crab cake (small / 1 cake). No dessert. Bill totaled $120 with tip, so it was a bit pricey. Will keep going to Nantucket Grill.
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