We went with several fellow attendees from a conference, and I was the only female in the party. The dining room was largely empty on a weeknight, although the restaurant next door was packed. The waitress treated me like an obstacle, nearly elbowing me more than once. She even called me "sir." She gave us what seemed like a great wine recommendation, which seemed less great when I heard her repeating it word for word at another table. Although she told us the side dishes would serve 3-4, they were smaller than I've had at other chop houses. Each person had about a teaspoon of each. The food was fine, but nothing memorable. Overall, it was a disappointment--we had a much better experiences elsewhere for less money.
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