I admit to being a food snob. I have always wondered why people would spend $30 for a meal they could cook better at home for $5.00. And I try to stay away from consuming a weeks worth of starch in a single night. So I rarely dine at establishments like Redstone, McCormick's or Jimmy's, that feature steaks, pan fried or broiled fish, shrimp and scallops, all accompanied by a plate full of mashed potatoes or a baked potato on steroids (i.e.. a steak and chop house). We dined at Jimmy's at 4:45 on a Sunday afternoon, and as there was nobody else eating, the service was very attentive. And they were featuring Halibut done about five different ways. I took the plunge expecting that my fish would be dry and stringy (I warned them I'd send it back if it was), but was pleasantly surprised when the fish arrived done just right, with perfectly serviceable wasabi mashed potatoes. And with the Sunday half price bottle of wine, it ended up being a good meal without an excessive price.
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