The two of us had 7pm reservations on a Saturday night. We were seated promptly at a table with plenty of room. We started off the the crab cakes. They were delicate and very flavorful. I then had the wedge salad. It was loaded with blue cheese, bacon and the tomatoes were wonderful! My dining partner had the lobster bisque. It was very flavorful and rich. The only down side was the lobster was extremely small serving, tough and overcooked. We both had the signature dish of the pepperloin done medium. I had the green beans and my dining partner had the baked potato. Our only mistake was ordering the 10 ounce or the mid size serving. We could have easily done the smaller 8 ounce serving and still had plenty left over (Not really a mistake because the take home was still fantastic the next day). The beef was tender in every bite. Their pepperloin sauce was great! My green beans were even extremely good,crisp yet tender. One of those side dishes that you could make a meal out of on itself. We ordered the side of mushrooms to go with the loin. also a winner. The sommelier stop by with tasting sample of wines. We ordered one of the glasses of wine he suggested. A wonderful selection. Our server comped the deserts as it was our anniversary of the carrot cake and the chocolate cake both of which we had to go as we could not eat another bite. Save room for dessert or take them home as we did, you won't be disappointed. The evening flowed smoothly. We were there for an hour and a half, as we were not rushed nor waiting. Our bill was $149 with one glass of wine. A very enjoyable evening and worth the price.
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