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Los Angeles, California
December 15, 2007
From journal In a New York Minute
February 13, 2006
For starters, my wife ordered her favorite, French Onion soup. It was very good. I wish I had ordered the calamari. It looked great, but I had had some the previous night in the Poconos. For dinner I had the rib eye, THE BEST I HAVE EVER HAD, and that includes Flemings, Ruth's Chris, and Mortons. My wife had the filet migon. Both steaks were perfect, as were the side dishes. For dessert we tried the sample platter. You get a small portion of all five of their desserts, another great idea.
The atmosphere is great. Although it was a smaller restaurant, you "had" to visit with the other guests waiting for a table in the bar area. We met some really nice people there, and they all had the same question for us, "How did you find this place"? I told them that I had found it through my research on the Internet.
The service was great. We did see a family there with two young children. They brought them blue cotton candy on a platter for dessert. It was so interesting that the couple sitting next to us asked for some. They had been to this restaurant four or five times before. We were very pleased with the whole evening and would definitely come back.
From journal Weekend in New York
January 23, 2005
The idea here is that you choose a type of steak and the sauce that goes with it. I had a strip steak with a chimichurri sauce. It was delicious! The service was friendly and smart, and they always had good recommendations. We did not feel rushed at all, even though there were many people waiting for a table. The dessert sampler was also quite good, and the complimentary watermelon-flavored cotton candy was another highlight. Be prepared for a long wait, but also be prepared to have a nice dinner here.
From journal new york at night