This is definitely an old-school steak house--a number of clubby booths, the typical steak-house cart (that is the menu) they bring to the table that shows you your entrée choices, a nice bar, enjoyable cheese-bread and good service--all reasonably priced. The entrees are not fancy, but they are prepared well. My wife went with the petite filet (perfectly done medium rare) and lobster combo and I had an extremely moist and tasty blackened swordfish. All entrees come with either a soup or salad (the salad is the one place they could be a bit more creative), and one can choose a number of sides with their entrée---we both went with the twice baked potatoes (which we enjoyed) and our broccoli was lightly steamed. My cheesecake came with sides of caramel sauce and whipped cream. If you enjoy eating and then staying for live entertainment, it starts at 10:30 PM on a Saturday night.
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