First visit to Tellers. At first, we started with drinks at the main bar. Great homemade potato chips served with drinks. We were seated upstairs in the smaller dining room, seated dangerously close to a busy service door. I've been in similar situations before, where there is constant activity in/out, and I would found it difficult to enjoy the evening. I requested a change of table to main dining area on the main level. After a 20 min. Wait, we were re-seated. It wasn't a major issue, except that I requested a table in the main dining area when I made the reservation. I wasn't too fond of the engineering of the space, especially the front desk area which doesn't provide ample space for patrons to wait, along with the excessive staff members who use the same area between assignments.
The tables in main dining area are totally cramped and it is impossible to have a private conversation. In fact, tables and chairs need to be adjusted and readjusted any time someone would need to stand up. In addition, I was constantly being bumped in my back by passing patrons and the by wait staff. In sum, there are too many tables in this room.
We skipped in the apps and ordered the 60 oz. Porterhouse for two ($108), with a side of Brussels sprouts/pancetta. The meat was perfectly cooked medium rare and the Brussel sprouts were extremely tasty. The steak was NOT 60 oz., unless the bone weighed 35. Either way, the quality of the meat was excellent.
Our server Dineen (sp) was very friendly, efficient and overall a pleasure to engage with.
In sum, Although I really did enjoy the food, the sum of the parts of this experience doesn't add up to a return visit.
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