We came for New Years' Eve dinner and, therefore, had a smaller menu to pick from. The staff were all very friendly and made us feel welcome on a special night. The decor was pretty and rustic and we were seated in a small room with a delightful fireplace. The beer selection was fairly scant, but covered most styles. For appetizers we had the ahi tuna and the mountainous prime rib bites: they were both excellent, well-prepared, with a good balance of flavors. For entrees, we tried the bone-in ribeye, the prime rib, and the lobster tail/filet mignon combo. Prices are indeed high in this establishment but portions are also quite huge. Plating was a bit careless and my asparagus side was dreadful, very watery and overdone, but the fries were decent. The steaks themselves were good, if not memorable, except for the bone-in ribeye, which was indeed a beautiful cut and very well prepared. The lobster tail was fair, slightly dry. Overall, not a bad dinner or experience!
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