My wife and I went to Eyes Over Texas as part of our 15th Anniversary trip. I don't think millionaires would be treated any better than we were. We were lucky enough to score a "walk-up" table by arriving early (it was Saturday so we were REALLY taking a chance). The food was outstanding. My wife had the Trout Almondine & immediately searched the web for a recipe. I had the pasta with broiled shrimp and lobster meat. By not ordering alcoholic drinks or appetizers (we still were stuffed), we kept the price to $84 for two, including tip and dessert. You could spend as much at another place and not have NEAR the atmosphere. Hot tip: Make a reservation for about 45 minutes - 1 hour before sunset to see the city in light and dark. Example of the level of detail: As soon as they saw my wife & I were wearing black pants, they took away the white napkins and gave us black ones, lest the white ones leave white fuzz on our clothes. We had to wait maybe five minutes for the elevator at each end. Perhaps if we were fabulously wealthy and always ate at top-level restaurants, we'd find things to gripe about. But from our middle-class perspective, this place knocked our socks off.
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