Not so Prime Prime Rib. We went here for my birthday because I wanted a good Prime Rib. I've been dissapointed for years at the Prime Rib at other places. I ordered the regular cut medium rare. It took a whlie to arrive and it seemed dry and over cooked. I asked the waiter about this and he admitted they sold the last medium rare piece just before I ordered. I ordered before seven PM and they were out? They didn't tell me they were out and allow me to order something different, they sent me an OVERCOOKED END PIECE and hoped I wouldn't notice! I will never return, no one I know will go there and the whole internet will hear about it from me.
Don't go there. I don't know where to start, i guess I'll go with the service and all I can say about that is TERRIBLE! When it comes to the food, I ordered the Ny strip cooked medium rare although it came out cooked to correct temp. It was veiny and not a good cut or tender at all. I have traveled to many states and countries and I know what a good steak is, this was far from it! My meal cost was $32.40 after tax and it was the biggest waste of money i have experienced in a long time!!
a great place for a great steak and beverage. the atmosphere, is romantic, my significant other and I dine there on occasion, and we always enjoy ourselves. the staff is very accomodating, and the meals are delicious. we ocassionly have an alcoholic beverage, and it is mixed to perfection.
Great!!!!!. If you are looking for a great atmosphere and great food then this is the place for you. The Butcher shop has only gotten better with time. the location is great theres plenty of parking and its well lighted....the food is great all of the steaks are cooked to perfection no matter your taste and the staff is great never a bad experience...
Great Steak; Outback Prices. For me and my wife to eat here (appetizer, wine, main meal, no dessert) costs the same as when we go to Outback. The difference? Well, for one the steaks are an order of magnitude better along with the service. If you enjoy steak this is somewhere you need to eat at least once. Their porterhouse is great but huge so I would recommend getting the ribeye au poivre.
Diners choose a filet and grill it to their liking at this do-it-yourself barbecue..
Dark woods, white tablecloths and the aroma of sizzling meat greet customers. Patrons can grill their dinner over hickory briquettes on a pit barbecue or let the chef cook it. The dining room grills are large enough to accommodate big groups. Steak choices vary from eight to 24 ounces and include tenderloin, T-bone, rib eye and New York and Kansas City strips. The kitchen also prepares chicken and seafood. Dessert options include a house-made cheesecake.
Costly Steak and Cheesecake. The steak was good- but at these prices they should be!!!!!! Grilled chicken was cooked well- not too chewy. Desserts good. Better than Outback and cost about 20% more. Nice atmosphere. Foreign Beers on taps- nice. Good meal for about 35 dollars per person.
Great dining experience. We took my mother in-law here a couple months ago for her birthday. The waiter was wonderful and the food was fantastic. We had eatten here shortly after it moved to this location several years ago but we were not happy with the service which put a damper on the entire dining experience. I am happy to say that it appears they have worked out the kinks and are back on track. We will certainly eat there again soon.
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