Went for our 24th anniversary. Got a late reservation to try and miss any large crowds. Outside was nice, inside was decent. When we arrived, our reservation was ready and manager was very friendly and professional. Our private table was on a window which would have been nice if we were there for sunset, but it was surrounded by other tables. The dining room was about 3/4 full and the noise was so loud, my wife and I literally could not hear each other, nor could we hear our waiter go over the specials. Our waiter brought the wrong bottle at first and did not keep our glasses full throughout our meal. The champagne (Veuve Clicquot Brut)
was delicious. We ordered scallops as the appetizer, which were very good. We then both ordered the Signature Steak & Lobster meal with a side of mushrooms. The steak and mushrooms were excellent, but you pay for it, so you expect it. The lobster was small and chewy...possibly overdone. T-michael's picked up the cheese cake and key lime pie deserts, which were both very good. As we ate dinner, the crowd thinned out and it got quieter, but it was more like a retiree supper club upon arrival. So, overall, great to decent food, great manager, expensive prices and loud and busy clientele.
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