We were treated recently by our son, daughter-in-law and grand daughter to one of the better meals, if not one of the best meals, we have ever had. Caveat-it's not cheap! That being said, and the fact that wagyu is misspelled on the menu might be the only two things in the negative column. The five of us tried a number of dishes, including: ratatouille, roasted asparagus, baked macaroni and cheese, smashed red potatoes, crazy good pie, and the "225" wedge. Dinner entrees included the prime filet mignon and the crab cakes. No complaints anywhere. Service was excellent. Drinks all around were excellent, in the $10.00-12.00 range. I have had a few individual items elsewhere that were as good or better, but overall, as a package,I don't think you will be disappointed at Prime 225. I read where some reviews were unsatisfactory, but not in my opinion. I guess a bad day is possible anytime, but I would go back again, probably for a "special occasion" that would warrant the expenditure. As I said, it is not inexpensive and in my opinion, in a few cases-20-30% over what one could reasonably expect even in very pricey venues. Ie. New York-"the beach", etc. You get the idea. The 7 oz. filet was $36.00. The Prime N.Y.14 oz. strip @ $56.00. I feel $40.00 to 45.00 would have been plenty. The Japanese 10 oz."Waygu" was priced at $175.00, about twice what it should have been, in my opinion. So, we didn't get that! Just the steaks-no sides. I guess it depends on what you might be used to. Sides ran from $6.00 ( crispy smashed red potatoes) to $9.00 (roasted asparagus). Single crab cake with asparagus @ $26.00. So, you are looking at $ 40.00 to $ 70.00 for dinner-each! Depending. So, I would recommend Prime 225 for special occasions only with maybe a drink and a 'starter" for lunch or "half-price Mondays" at the bar!
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