For years my family and I frequented Richie's, not only for their outstanding food, but fantastic drinks and servers that knew us by name and treated us like family. We quit going there as things seemed to be going down hill a couple of years ago. Last night we decided to give Richie's a second chance. I would be surprised if there was any alcohol in my martini. The salad arrived on a warm plate with room temperature greens. The prime rib was more like fatty pot roast, sided with cold, hard mashed potatoes. At the tune of over $70 for 2 of us, I'm sad to say, we're done with Richie's.