We decided to have dinner here on a Friday night after seeing a show at the sands. Some of the tables are a tad close together so there was no privacy there. Our water glasses were immediately filled once seated and handed out menus. I started off with a cocktail from the menu called winter Jamaican. It was $10 and a very small glass but made well. My boyfriend had a craft beer. Their selection of beer and cocktails was small, pricey and unimpressive. We shared a crab cake as an appetizer which was $12. It was small and had too much filler. I then ordered a French onion soup and maybe ate a quarter of it. It was thick and more like a basting sauce rather than a soup. For dinner I chose the chop salad. It was small but very tasty. My boyfriend had the bone in ribeye, medium rare. The outside had a fair amount of char but the inside was cooked to temp. We finished with a creme brulee and dessert wines. Bill came to $209 without tip. Honesty for the price, it certainly wasn't worth it. I'd prefer to eat at Gordon Ramsey and pay that amount.
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