We visited on a very busy Saturday night. We did have a reservation but were seated promptly and the service was very good. The really good part was the food. There were 4 of us and I had the rib eye steak. It was excellent. Done to perfection and very tender, some marbling for great flavor and tenderness. Two others had the half rack of baby back ribs. They were tender and meaty. The last entre was the Ahi Tuna. Very nice piece of tuna steak and delicious. Each came with a salad and a side dish. I chose the garlic mashed potatoes and they were ok, just a little gummy. Two others had the sweet potato fries and they were delish. The only real draw back was the ambiance. Just a big room with a very high ceiling created the feeling of no coziness or warmth. The lighting was just bright and industrial. There was just no feeling of fine dining. We had two entres and a bottle of wine and our bill was just over $80 with tip. I will go back but not often. I like a steak house to be warm and inviting. I can't understand why you would build a new building and decorate it in early Golden Corral and pass it off as a top notch steak house. They could do much better. The food was great as was the service so there is something to bring us back occasionally. Too bad, I was hoping for a place to go as a regular.
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