Thanks to an amazing waiter, Carter, our dining experience was not a total flop. Wife tried the elk and I the prime rib. Carter warned me that the prime rib was overcooked to medium, which normally is how I order it. But this cut was dry and overcooked beyond medium. The cooks should have taken the prime rib off the menu that night. Wife's elk was over-seasoned and in a word, awful. Having had excellent elk before, we were disappointed at the taste. Again, kudos to Carter, he could make top dollar at much better restaurants.
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